"As a business that provides essential goods and services, we felt it critical to influence better health and wellness management to one of the most vulnerable groups in our society - our children."
3 Sep 2020
"We are a country that's spent enough time hurting one another. We're now at a place where we are caring about and helping one another. This pandemic is making us face the problem together. We are all the same. It feels right."
8 Apr 2020
The educational programme is scheduled to start on Thursday, 9 April and will broadcast across three SABC TV channels and 13 radio stations, with online support...
8 Apr 2020
If you're serious about making sense of an ever-changing world; about getting the real tools to do that to earn while you learn - or frankly to help keep your job and thrive as we recover - then you should...
Jon Foster-Pedley 8 Apr 2020
Be prepared to learn along with your kids, take a break when you need to -- and have fun...
27 Mar 2020
The worldwide spread of the deadly coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to claim lives and create havoc and mayhem in many countries. In the wake of Covid-19, the poor must not suffer the lack of technology in the quest to access online education, writes MANCOSA academics, Saritha Beni, Cymbeline Harilal and Magnate Ntombela...
The Toyota Wessels Institute for Manufacturing Studies (TWIMS) in partnership with the Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS) is offering 10 scholarships for the 2020 intake for the GIBS/TWIMS MBA manufacturing focus...
Issued by Gordon Institute of Business Science 12 Nov 2019
"While we can applaud government for attempting to bring solutions into the country that may bring us up to par with developing countries in the future, this is all futile if these solutions translate to a further neglect of our current challenges."
16 Jul 2019
Applications are now open for the Students for a Better Future (SBF) High School Scholarship Programme, which enables academically gifted, financially disadvantaged learners to attend some of the best high schools in the Cape Town area...
12 Jul 2019
While improving the local economy is seen as key in enabling South Africa to address the pressing developmental challenges of poverty, inequality and unemployment, bridging the skills gap will be vital in order ensuring sustainable and accelerated growth.
Lenny Naidoo 4 Jul 2019
The launch of the newly established Toyota Wessels Institute for Manufacturing Studies (TWIMS) is set to boost South Africa's manufacturing sector...
27 Nov 2018
With the Fourth Industrial Revolution looming, a solid STEM is imperative to bring about the ability to problem-solve...
Sharanjeet Shan 31 Aug 2018
The QR code - known as Bubbles - makes it possible to link to short, interactive modules that help learners gain a deeper understanding of the material through audio-visual snippets...
28 Aug 2018
Students in Grade 8 to Grade 12 can enter their existing money-making venture, hobby or business...
24 Aug 2018
This literacy and heritage month, Nal'ibali - the national reading-for-enjoyment campaign - in collaboration with the South African office of the United Nations, will be using its annual multilingual storytelling contest, Story Bosso, to nurture a new generation of courageous and literate children...
22 Aug 2018
"Current measures tell us that South Africa is food secure, yet household food insecurity is a lived reality of many."
20 Aug 2018
Anglo American, in partnership with the DBE, has launched a major new education programme to improve outcomes for learners local to its mining operations in South Africa...
16 Apr 2018
A KPMG capital study reveals that 96% of businesses say they are not managing data effectively and though executives see value of data and analytics, 85% face challenges in analysing their existing data.
20 Feb 2014
Greenpop's three week tree-planting and eco-education Trees for Zambia project begins on 1 July 2012. This event will kick start an ongoing initiative to spread environmental awareness in Zambia, the country with one of the highest deforestation rates in the world.
25 Jun 2012
Education in South Africa today is fraught with challenges. Teachers and learners struggle due to limited resources and tools, resulting in a general falling of standards. Decreasing the national pass requirements to 35% will not solve this problem and it has a 'knock on' effect as matriculants face the challenge of obtaining university entrances, writes Paul Fick, divisional managing director, Jasco Enterprise.
27 Mar 2012
The South Africa education sector faces a growing number of challenges, from a lack of facilities to outdated teacher training certifications and a resulting lack of passion within the teaching profession as a whole because of these factors. Together, these three factors create a very obstructive situation for local learners and educators.
Paul Fick 20 Feb 2012