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Register now for the Senior Leadership Development Programme!
Register now for the Senior Leadership Development Programme!

The Senior Leadership Development Programme (SLDP) will provide you with the opportunity to reflect on your leadership style and capacity and to immerse yourself in the latest thinking about best practice in leadership...

Issued by UKZN Extended Learning 9 May 2019

Minister's Opening Ceremony comments reiterate value of CoS for all
Minister's Opening Ceremony comments reiterate value of CoS for all

Higher Education and Training Minister Dr Naledi Pandor opened the Centres of Specialisation (CoS) in the Western Cape at the False Bay TVET College Khayelitsha Campus...

Issued by False Bay College 9 May 2019

BizBrand Jam experience gives scholars new insight into 4IR careers
BizBrand Jam experience gives scholars new insight into 4IR careers

Grade 11 and 12 learners seeking inspiration for tertiary studies that will equip them for careers of the future should attend Vega School's BizBrand Jam...

Issued by Vega School 9 May 2019

First UWC student to win ESSA medal
First UWC student to win ESSA medal

UWC's Tina Fransman has won the 2018 Economic Society of South Africa (ESSA) Founder's Medal for Best Economics Master's Thesis in South Africa...

7 May 2019

Absa partners with GIBS on the 2019 Spirit of Youth leadership development programme
Absa partners with GIBS on the 2019 Spirit of Youth leadership development programme

The Spirit of Youth programme is a forum that aims to create and facilitate a high-impact and innovative peer-to-peer learning platform for learners to define and voice their vision of South Africa...

Issued by Gordon Institute of Business Science 7 May 2019

Free learning centres open in Soweto
Free learning centres open in Soweto

Educo Solutions has opened two new learning centres in Soweto, offering free education to unemployed South Africans between the age of 18 and 28...

7 May 2019

Learners, celebrate being #LekkeDifferent
Learners, celebrate being #LekkeDifferent

To celebrate South Africa's rich diversity, the Federation of Governing Bodies of South African Schools (FEDSAS) has launched a social media campaign that emphasizes the wonder of being unique...

6 May 2019

Things to consider when choosing a career in teaching
Things to consider when choosing a career in teaching

South Africa is currently undergoing a shortage of teachers. The teaching profession is said to be going through a recruitment crisis. This means there just aren't enough graduates for the teaching profession...

6 May 2019

Recipes for successful language learning
Recipes for successful language learning

Learning any new language takes a lot of dedication, practice and time, but all of that pays off when you are able to express yourself in a new and exciting way...

Issued by Wits Language School 6 May 2019

ICT sector builds solutions to skills shortages
ICT sector builds solutions to skills shortages

As the world races into the Fourth Industrial Revolution, digital skills shortages have become a major challenge...

6 May 2019

SACAP: University application dates for 2019
SACAP: University application dates for 2019

Still unsure what to do with the coming year? SACAP's (The South African College of Applied Psychology) term 2 intake means it's not too late to advance your studies...

Issued by SACAP 3 May 2019

Why Workers' Day is actually about education
Why Workers' Day is actually about education

At over 25%, South Africa's unemployment rate is one of the highest in the world. Although alarming, this figure is cast in a different light when one takes the qualifications of those looking for work into account, demonstrating that South Africa's employment crisis is actually an education crisis instead...

By Tebogo Mochine 3 May 2019

Get involved and take a girl child to work
Get involved and take a girl child to work

Cell C's Take a Girl Child to Work is one of South Africa's largest collaborative acts of volunteerism, with more than 550 organisations to host girl learners aged 13-18 in their workplace over three days this year...

3 May 2019

Dr Lohyd Terrier, Associate Professor at Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne (EHL)
VR in Education: the new age of learning

In the wake of what might be the pinnacle of learning from experience, behold: Experiential Training is coming and here stay...

By Dr Lohyd Terrier 3 May 2019

SA Springbots make their mark at FIRST Robotics World Championships
SA Springbots make their mark at FIRST Robotics World Championships

The first-ever South African Springbots team participated in the FIRST Robotics World Championships in Detroit, USA from 24 - 27 April 2019...

2 May 2019

International partnership launches trade Master's degree
International partnership launches trade Master's degree

The International Islamic Trade Finance Corporation, in collaboration with the IE School of Global and Public Affairs and International Trade Centre have launched the Executive Master in Internationalisation and Trade programme...

2 May 2019

Scholarships available for the Postgraduate Diploma in Small Enterprise Consulting
Scholarships available for the Postgraduate Diploma in Small Enterprise Consulting

As a first postgraduate programme of its kind in South Africa, the Postgraduate Diploma in Small Enterprise Consulting (PGDip SEC) is designed to support consultants, coaches and mentors working with entrepreneurs...

Issued by TSIBA 30 Apr 2019

College rises and shines at Cape Town Carnival
College rises and shines at Cape Town Carnival

After months of handwork and precision coordination, 45 students and support staff of False Bay TVET College danced their way down the Green Point Fan-walk at the 10th Cape Town Carnival...

Issued by False Bay College 30 Apr 2019

May the 4th industrial revolution leave no child behind - Part 1
May the 4th industrial revolution leave no child behind - Part 1

Last month, I had the pleasure of attending 23rd annual SciFest Africa Festival. While engaging with the students, I noticed that there's a difference between learners who were in the private school system, former model c and the township/rural public school system and I wondered, during these exciting times of 4IR, who would get the short end of the stick...?

By Chumisa Ndlazi 30 Apr 2019

GIBS Executive MBA programme debuts in top 50 in QS Global Executive MBA Ranking
GIBS Executive MBA programme debuts in top 50 in QS Global Executive MBA Ranking

University of Pretoria's Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS), offers one of the world's best Executive MBAs, according to Quacquarelli Symonds, which has released its World University Rankings: Global Executive MBA (EMBA) 2019...

Issued by Gordon Institute of Business Science 29 Apr 2019

Gauteng 2020 online applications to open in May
Gauteng 2020 online applications to open in May

Online applications for the 2020 academic year for Grades 1 and 8 in Gauteng will open on 13 May 2019...

29 Apr 2019

All systems go for 2019 mid-year matric exams
All systems go for 2019 mid-year matric exams

It's all systems go for the first ever mid-year national matric examination, which will commence on 2 May 2019 and conclude on 14 June 2019...

29 Apr 2019

SA needs job creators, not job seekers
SA needs job creators, not job seekers

SA's education system should be reconfigured so it can produce job creators, instead of job seekers, Wits chancellor and entrepreneur Dr Judy Dlamini tells Cape Town audiences...

26 Apr 2019

Bata Youth 'Board' of Directors needs you
Bata Youth 'Board' of Directors needs you

Bata SA is calling all creative and innovative trendsetting youth, between the ages of 8 and 16 years, Grade 4 to 11, to be a part of Africa's most enthusiastic and groundbreaking influencers...

Issued by Bata 25 Apr 2019

A new language doesn't hamper kids learning. Other things do...
A new language doesn't hamper kids learning. Other things do...

South Africa is a linguistically and culturally diverse country. There are 11 official languages and several other minority languages. But English continues to be preferred as the language of learning and teaching...

By Michelle White 25 Apr 2019

R7.9bn training programmes to aid in skills development
R7.9bn training programmes to aid in skills development

The launch of training programmmes worth R7.9 billion will go a long way to address skills development challenges while also growing the economy, says Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation Minister, Dr Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma...

25 Apr 2019

Workplace Skills Plans 2019 - Are you ready?
Workplace Skills Plans 2019 - Are you ready?

As I am sure you are aware, all Workplace Skills Plans (WSP) need to be submitted by 30 April 2019 and the question is, will you be ready?...

By Jannie Heyneke, Issued by Wits DigitalCampus 24 Apr 2019

Comments invited on Draft Central Application Service Bill
Comments invited on Draft Central Application Service Bill

Higher Education and Training Minister Dr Naledi Pandor has invited the public to submit comments on the draft bill to support students' access to post-school opportunities and make informed choices...

24 Apr 2019

'Build': An artistic collaboration by UCT Graduate School of Business with Faatimah Mohammed-Luke
'Build': An artistic collaboration by UCT Graduate School of Business with Faatimah Mohammed-Luke

The UCT Graduate School of Business (UCT GSB) has partnered with Cape Town based designer and tessellation artist Faatimah Mohamed-Luke to create an interactive building block creative campaign, entitled 'Build'...

Issued by UCT Graduate School of Business 23 Apr 2019

UCT's Executive MBA programme recognised for its distinctive approach
UCT's Executive MBA programme recognised for its distinctive approach

The UCT Graduate School of Business (GSB) is ranked 46th in the world, and the best in Africa, for its Executive MBA programme according to the QS Global EMBA Rankings for 2019...

Issued by UCT Graduate School of Business 23 Apr 2019

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