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#YouthMonth: Nicole Cupido shares her view on education and mental health
#YouthMonth: Nicole Cupido shares her view on education and mental health

This Youth Month, together with Pride Factor, young and confident 'thought leaders' share what they think the business community can do better to address the needs of the youth through a series of videos.

1 day ago

TAS launches free videos for matrics
TAS launches free videos for matrics

In order to assist Grade 12 learners keep up with their studies, The Answer Series (TAS) has launched a series of free educational videos covering a selection of subjects.

1 day ago

Schools to reopen on 8 June
Schools to reopen on 8 June

Schools will reopen on 8 June 2020 for grade 7 and 12 learners to allow for the orientation and training of teachers.

2 days ago

Celebrating transformation this Youth Month
Celebrating transformation this Youth Month

As we celebrate Youth Month, our thoughts turn to education and the efforts that have been made to make education in this country more relevant, equitable and inclusive for all our youth. Indeed, as a profession, we too have much to celebrate in this regard especially when it comes to the advancement of our transformation efforts, writes Robert Zwane, Saica's senior executive: national imperatives.

Issued by SAICA 2 days ago

#YouthMonth: Staring down the barrel of youth unemployment
#YouthMonth: Staring down the barrel of youth unemployment

Arguably one of the biggest lessons we've learnt from the global Covid-19 pandemic is the power of technology and the positive impact it can have on the education sector. Particularly during the national lockdown period, continued learning is one of the most essential undertakings for the country's young people. For young adults, specifically, this is the time to focus on developing valuable new skills that will ultimately increase their chances of being able to access the economy when it opens.

By Onyinye Nwaneri 2 days ago

#YouthMonth: Data prices and education during Covid-19
#YouthMonth: Data prices and education during Covid-19

The novel coronavirus has plunged the world into a host of social and economic difficulties since it was declared a global pandemic by the World Health Organisation in March 2020. Its effects have ranged from minor inconveniences to vastly devastating circumstances to many, depending on the country in which they live as well as the resources that have been available to them when new precautionary regulations were enforced in an attempt to control the spread of the disease.

By Tasia Matlala 2 days ago

#LockdownLessons: Education and technology are not two separate things
#LockdownLessons: Education and technology are not two separate things

As part of our #LockdownLessons series, Bizcommunity is reaching out to South Africa's top industry players to share their experience of the current Covid-19 crisis, how their organisations are navigating these unusual times, where the challenges and opportunities lie, and their industry outlook for the near future.

By Shan Radcliffe 29 May 2020

2 South African business schools and a South African bank have won a highly coveted global award
2 South African business schools and a South African bank have won a highly coveted global award

Two South African business schools and a South African bank have won a highly coveted global award - the EFMD Excellence in Practice Gold Award for Executive Education. They are the first team to ever do so in this category in Africa since the award's inception - beating off the best business schools in the rest of the world.

Issued by Henley Business School 29 May 2020

DBE Minister assesses readiness for school reopening
DBE Minister assesses readiness for school reopening

Basic Education Minster Angie Motshekga says while most schools are ready for the reopening of schools to grade 7 and 12 learners - her department will not allow schools to reopen if the necessary personal protective equipment (PPE) is not available.

28 May 2020

#LockdownLessons: Every challenge presents parallel opportunities
#LockdownLessons: Every challenge presents parallel opportunities

As part of our #LockdownLessons series, Bizcommunity is reaching out to South Africa's top industry players to share their experience of the current Covid-19 crisis, how their organisations are navigating these unusual times, where the challenges and opportunities lie, and their industry outlook for the near future.

By Shan Radcliffe 28 May 2020

Tendai Mtawarira went back to school this week
Tendai Mtawarira went back to school this week

Tendai Mtawarira went back to school this week - from the comfort of his home in Durban - as the inaugural recipient of a special scholarship from Henley Business School Africa on a programme designed to help sports icons successfully transition from the change room to the boardroom.

Issued by Henley Business School 28 May 2020

Students graduate from GoDaddy's Train-The-Trainer programme
Students graduate from GoDaddy's Train-The-Trainer programme

GoDaddy, the company empowering everyday entrepreneurs, announced that more than 70 South Africans have graduated its digital skills workshops and are now skilled to teach digital skills through its Train-The-Trainer programme.

28 May 2020

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