Rutgers-Camden University honours Raymond Ackerman
Rutgers-Camden University honours Raymond Ackerman

The Rutgers-Camden University, in New Jersey US, has conferred an Honorary Doctorate in Business on Pick n Pay founder Raymond Ackerman, hailing him as a global leader. Pick n Pay transformation director, Suzanne Ackerman-Berman, was also present at the Rutgers School of Business to deliver the commencement address to an audience of more than 2,000 people, including 351 students receiving their undergraduate and graduate degrees.

1 day ago

Transform your English communication capabilities
Transform your English communication capabilities

The need for communication skills is important in virtually every career. Whether you are competing to get the job you want or to win the customers your company needs, your success or failure depends to a large degree on your ability to communicate.

Issued by Wits Language School 2 days ago

UCT officially launches new English Language Centre
UCT officially launches new English Language Centre

The University of Cape Town has officially launched a new English Language Centre (ELC) within the Faculty of Humanities to position Cape Town as a top destination for English language learning, take advantage of the booming global English language learning market and provide specialised language tuition to South African university applicants.

20 May 2016

Discover your language heritage at UJ this weekend
Discover your language heritage at UJ this weekend

At the University of Johannesburg's Multilingual weekend, from Friday 20 to Saturday 21 May 2016, language lovers can take part in the diverse activities at the Kingsway Campus of UJ and in Soweto at the Protea City Community Centre.

19 May 2016

Communication skills vital for new graduates
Communication skills vital for new graduates

Technical proficiency in a chosen field is no longer enough to help a graduate land a job and be successful in the workplace. Other attributes, such as building relationships, listening carefully, influencing and building empathy, are also vital in securing employment in a tight market.

19 May 2016

UJ obtains court order to prevent violence, anarchy
UJ obtains court order to prevent violence, anarchy

The High Court has granted the University of Johannesburg (UJ) a court order, binding until 31 May 2016, when respondents will have an opportunity to show cause why the interim relief should not be made final.

18 May 2016