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Google's Connected Classrooms link global schools to SA history
Google's Connected Classrooms link global schools to SA history

Google has launched 'Connected Classrooms' aimed at exploring historic spots related to South Africa's 20 Years of Democracy. The second in the series offered schools from across the world the opportunity to visit South Africa's famous Constitution Hill in Johannesburg, without leaving their classrooms.

17 Sep 2014 10:21

SA Business Conference to focus on design thinking
SA Business Conference to focus on design thinking

The annual UCT GSB Conference on 'Business of Social and Environmental Innovation', being held on 23-24 October 2014, will focus on design thinking - the process of creating new and innovative ideas to solve problems that can provide answers to complex social, economic and organisational issues.

11 Sep 2014 14:10

Making the MOST of education in the media industry
Making the MOST of education in the media industry

One of the pertinent issues in the media industry is the quality of media education. To address this Wag the Dog Publishers included two questions in its sixth annual MOST Awards survey.

11 Sep 2014 13:32

Africa's top business school addresses SA skills shortage with new course - UCT Graduate School of Business
Africa's top business school addresses SA skills shortage with new course

The University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business is launching a new Postgraduate Diploma in Management Practice to overcome the lack of qualified and skilled middle managers which is aggravating Africa's already turbulent economy.

Issued by UCT Graduate School of Business 10 Sep 2014 11:17

Creative industries are key to opening new jobs for SA youth
Creative industries are key to opening new jobs for SA youth

South Africa's marketing and advertising industry faces a shortage of a number of key skills, especially in the digital space. Yet, the country has a large pool of jobless young people hungry for employment opportunities.

9 Sep 2014 08:56

How to survive the early start-up years - GetSmarter
How to survive the early start-up years

Any entrepreneur knows that the first few years of starting a business are the toughest. But if you can weather the storm, the rewards and opportunities that await are endless. Gareth Cotten, Course Instructor of the UCT Start and Manage a Small Business short course provides some tips for how to survive the early start-up years.

Issued by GetSmarter 8 Sep 2014 13:53

James Hurford
While you're speaking, what's your body saying?

Like it or not people judge you by the way you look. Your facial expressions, the clothes you wear, how well groomed you are and your body language. And, they're even more important when you're presenting and all eyes of an audience are on you.

By James Hurford 8 Sep 2014 06:07

Literacy app launching on 8 September
Literacy app launching on 8 September

On Monday 8 September 2014, the Nal'ibali reading-for-enjoyment campaign, in partnership with Mxit Reach, will launch a literacy app.

4 Sep 2014 08:45

UCT broadens access, across Africa - thousands more opportunities for postgraduate diplomas - GetSmarter
UCT broadens access, across Africa - thousands more opportunities for postgraduate diplomas

The University of Cape Town (UCT) has announced that it has launched a suite of online postgraduate diplomas, as part of a strategic initiative that will enable students across South Africa and the rest of the African continent to study with high-touch interactive support - anytime, anywhere.

Issued by GetSmarter 1 Sep 2014 11:20

Become a better lifelong learner in eight steps - Red & Yellow
Become a better lifelong learner in eight steps

More and more, people are being told to be lifelong learners, but why should you become one (especially if you hated school), and how can you do it effectively?

By Jonathan Hawkes, Issued by Red & Yellow 1 Sep 2014 10:21

Ian Henderson
Bilingual universities the only way to promote diversity

The language debate rages on in tertiary education. The latest from the desk of the Minister of Higher Education and Training, Blade Nzimande, is the pronouncement that South Africa no longer has (or should have) Afrikaans, Zulu or Tswana universities - only South African ones.

By Ian Henderson 28 Aug 2014 14:33

James Hurford
Why you need credibility to be successful

Your ideas are accepted as believable only to the degree that you are credible. If you have credibility, people will place their trust in you, but if you lack it, they'll feel unable to rely on you.

By James Hurford 26 Aug 2014 06:07

Finding your competitive career advantage - GetSmarter
Finding your competitive career advantage

You have unique features, benefits, assets and liabilities: all of which need to be upgraded every year as you work to differentiate yourself in an increasingly competitive talent market.

Issued by GetSmarter 25 Aug 2014 10:46