GLOBAL

IATA training initiative to help laid-off airline cabin crew members re-enter the job market

The International Air Transport Association training course will be offered free of charge for those who register before 23 February...

10 Feb 2021

GLOBAL

Outdoor education at universities can be a positive legacy of Covid-19

Universities have faced major planning challenges due to Covid-19. While there has been significant media coverage about universities offering students online learning, what has been less discussed is how some activities have continued in face-to-face settings...

By Jean-Philippe Ayotte-Beaudet 4 Jan 2021

GLOBAL

Special edition e-book captures responses from education's frontline during Covid-19

Wise, a Qatar Foundation global education think-tank, in partnership with Salzburg Global Seminar and Diplomatic Courier, has officially released a special e-book titled Education Disrupted, Education Reimagined - Responses from education's frontline during the Covid-19 pandemic and beyond...

25 Sep 2020

GLOBAL

4 African finalists make the shortlist for Commonwealth Youth Awards 2020

All 16 finalists will each receive a trophy, a certificate and £1,000 to expand the scope of their projects...

19 Feb 2020

SOUTH AFRICA

Cotton On Group backs quality education in South Africa

If you've purchased a Foundation product sold near the till point of a Cotton On Group store, you've contributed to raising the equivalent of R1bn for educational projects...

By Lauren Hartzenberg 15 Nov 2019

SOUTH AFRICA

Female millennials are the most confident and ambitious of any female generation

New PwC survey dispels myths about women and work...

5 Mar 2015

AUSTRALIA

Sex-line granny berates Australian PM over budget

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA: Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott was involved in heated exchanges with radio callers over his tough budget, including a pensioner who works on a sex-phone line to pay the bills.

21 May 2014

SOUTH AFRICA

JM Coetzee urges men to become teachers

Renowned South African author and Nobel literature laureate Prof JM Coetzee on Monday (10 December) urged young male graduates to consider a career in education.

11 Dec 2012

AUSTRALIA

Safika acquires stake in Australia's Learning Seat

Moss Ngoasheng, chief executive of Safika Holdings, a Johannesburg-based private investment company, has announced it is part of an American and Australian consortium that has acquired Australian e-learner, Learning Seat, from Rupert Murdoch's Newscorp.

13 Nov 2012

AUSTRALIA

Telstra and ACP Customer partner on new title

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA: Telstra and ACP Custom Media recently announced they are joining forces in a new media venture for small to medium business owners - a custom-published magazine and website, aptly named: Smarter Business Ideas.

7 Oct 2010



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