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Kick-start your success with credit from Capitec
Kick-start your success with credit from CapitecArticle

Making the decision to further your education and invest in yourself is exciting! Whether it's a brand-new journey or just a new chapter for you - it's the start of something great and a chance to build your personal brand. Studying can be expensive though, and while your determination to grow might be there, the funds to realise your dreams may not.

Issued by Milpark Education 11 May 2021

Newly launched TelkomOne Ignite offers free educational content
Newly launched TelkomOne Ignite offers free educational contentArticle

The Telkom Foundation today announced the launch of Ignite - the new educational extension of its video streaming platform, TelkomOne - allowing high school students free access to STEM-based content...

6 May 2021

3 careers to consider if you want to permanently WFH
3 careers to consider if you want to permanently WFHArticle

After the experiences of last year, many people returning to the office are reconsidering their priorities and vision for their future...

21 Apr 2021

Importance of building self-efficacy in uncertain times
Importance of building self-efficacy in uncertain timesArticle

With the national energy around the matric results starting to settle, it is a good time to stand back and reflect. For us as educators and civil citizens, 2020 was a year like no other that any of us had ever experienced...

Adri Marais 15 Apr 2021

Education must be a crisis priority, not an afterthought
Education must be a crisis priority, not an afterthoughtArticle

Covid-19 has created enormous disruptions in the lives of African youth. Millions of young people have had their learning put on hold for the better part of a year...

Dr Edward K. Brown 13 Apr 2021

10 lessons for the classroom from 12 months of Covid
10 lessons for the classroom from 12 months of CovidArticle

Stacey Brewer, co-founder and CEO of Spark Schools, shares 10 lessons she's learned over the past 12 months...

Stacey Brewer 24 Mar 2021

Regent Business School pays tribute to healthcare workers with limited study offer
Regent Business School pays tribute to healthcare workers with limited study offerArticle

In the run up to World Health Day on 7 April 2021, Regent Business School has halved the cost of its Higher Certificate in Healthcare Services Management...

Issued by Regent Business School 17 Mar 2021

Comparing the cost of online schooling
Comparing the cost of online schoolingArticle

In response to the Covid-19 pandemic, many South African schools now offer the option of online learning, but what are the comparative costs...?

15 Mar 2021

Youngest-ever Black female attorney, Nomlayo Mabhena, transforms the legal space
Youngest-ever Black female attorney, Nomlayo Mabhena, transforms the legal spaceArticle

Nomlayo Mabhena is known for being the youngest-ever Black female attorney admitted as a conveyancer...

Charndré Emma Kippie, Issued by Topco Media 9 Mar 2021

Didn't get into university? There are other options...
Didn't get into university? There are other options...Article

So you've finally passed matric but didn't do well enough to get into university? Don't stress, it's not the end of the road...

23 Feb 2021

Online learning: Fundamentally part of the 21st century digital era
Online learning: Fundamentally part of the 21st century digital eraArticle

Online learning has become the 'new normal', but how can both learners and instructors make a success of it?...

Issued by Gordon Institute of Business Science 23 Feb 2021

Things to consider before selecting an online institution
Things to consider before selecting an online institutionArticle

Education experts have urged parents and students to carefully consider an institution and its programmes before signing up for online or distance learning...

17 Feb 2021

Exclusive Teacha! Education Report gives a voice to SA teachers
Exclusive Teacha! Education Report gives a voice to SA teachersArticle

Newest Teacha! Magazine empowers teachers with information and insight...

Issued by Snapplify 10 Feb 2021

Tips from a distance learning graduate
Tips from a distance learning graduateArticle

Online learning is the new norm. We at IIE Rosebank College have long embraced online and blended learning, launching our first blended learning campus in Polokwane in 2015...

Issued by Rosebank College 3 Feb 2021

How to choose a career when you don't know what you want to do
How to choose a career when you don't know what you want to doArticle

Not everyone knows from an early age what they want to be when they grow up, so when the time comes for them to choose what they want to study, making the choice can be anxiety-inducing...

15 Dec 2020

Homeschooling vs online schooling - which is the right route for you?
Homeschooling vs online schooling - which is the right route for you?Article

In 2020, the education landscape has changed permanently. Covid-19 has pushed schools, teachers, learners and parents into unfamiliar territory, and many have had to adapt to teaching and learning methods they might not have considered otherwise...

Louise Schoonwinkel 19 Nov 2020

Unisa appoints first female vice chancellor
Unisa appoints first female vice chancellorArticle

For the first time since the establishment of the University of South Africa (Unisa) 148 years ago, the university has appointed its first female principal and vice chancellor (VC), with effect from 1 January 2021...

6 Nov 2020

Can't attend university? There are other options for higher education...
Can't attend university? There are other options for higher education...Article

As thousands of matric learners across the country start writing their final exams, many are wondering what their next steps will be...

Eloise Nolte 4 Nov 2020

IIE launches first ever brand leadership Doctorate in South Africa
IIE launches first ever brand leadership Doctorate in South AfricaArticle

The Independent Institute of Education, SA's largest and most accredited private higher education provider, has launched the first of its kind Doctor of Philosophy in Brand Leadership qualification...

Issued by Vega School 30 Oct 2020

Honoris United Universities welcomes Red & Yellow Creative School of Business to its pan-African network
Honoris United Universities welcomes Red & Yellow Creative School of Business to its pan-African networkArticle

Red & Yellow enhances Honoris' position as a leading provider of future-oriented learning as the network expands further in South Africa...

Issued by Red & Yellow 6 Oct 2020

African educators see Covid-19 as 'an opportunity' - survey
African educators see Covid-19 as 'an opportunity' - surveyArticle

eLearning Africa and EdTech Hub released the results of its survey, 'The Effect of the Covid-19 Pandemic on African Education' today. It revealed that 50% of surveyed African teachers, trainers and education technology specialists think the Covid-19 pandemic will turn out to be a "significant" or "very significant" opportunity for African education...

16 Sep 2020

Africa is open for business
Africa is open for businessArticle

Despite the Covid-19 pandemic, investment opportunities still abound in Africa. Global markets are shifting to South Asia and Africa...

15 Sep 2020

Is it time to re-evaluate your study goals?
Is it time to re-evaluate your study goals?Article

The world after Covid-19 will be completely different to the world we knew before. As we all go into 'reset' mode, now may be the time to sit down and think about evaluating your study goals, an education expert says...

26 Aug 2020

Dr Marinkie Madiope: Singular strength and energy
Dr Marinkie Madiope: Singular strength and energyArticle

Dr Marinkie Madiope looks up to her mother as an inspirational woman...

Eugene Seegers, Issued by University of the Free State 25 Aug 2020

Rhodes launches new distance post-grad media course
Rhodes launches new distance post-grad media courseArticle

Rhodes University's popular Postgraduate Diploma in Media Management (PGDip in Media Management), which has been run as a full-time course in the past 16 years, will now also be offered by distance learning as from next year...

Issued by Sol Plaatje Institute for Media Leadership, Rhodes University 5 Aug 2020

Online learning, our new norm
Online learning, our new normArticle

Up until a few months ago, learning online was a choice. The Covid-19 pandemic has necessitated the move to online teaching and learning, which brings with it a world of opportunities and challenges...

Issued by Rosebank College 30 Jul 2020

Lessons in lockdown learning: How schools are now better equipped to cope
Lessons in lockdown learning: How schools are now better equipped to copeArticle

After reopening briefly, public schools across the country have had to face the reality of shutting down again for four weeks from 27 July as the Covid-19 pandemic escalates...

Edwell Gumbo 29 Jul 2020

How edtech will prepare students for a competitive, globalised world
How edtech will prepare students for a competitive, globalised worldArticle

Along with so many elements of life today, the coronavirus pandemic is dramatically altering the global education landscape. As lockdown restrictions are eased, the use of online learning portals and virtual classrooms will continue to play a critical role in education at every level - and will arguably become a core component of global education in the very near future...

Robert Speed 28 Jul 2020

Oxbridge Academy grows African footprint
Oxbridge Academy grows African footprintArticle

Oxbridge Academy, the distance learning brand of the JSE-listed education provider ADvTech, has increased its footprint into three additional countries - Kenya, Zambia and Ghana...

27 Jul 2020

False Bay TVET College celebrates the new college principal
False Bay TVET College celebrates the new college principalArticle

False Bay TVET College celebrates the appointment of Karin Hendricks as Principal of False Bay TVET College...

Issued by False Bay College 17 Jul 2020

How educational brands can remain relevant to the new world of work
How educational brands can remain relevant to the new world of workArticle

Distance education was perhaps considered to be a bland and uninspiring learning journey back in the 1980s - virtually incomparable to today's distance education model, which has been transformed into a very rich and rewarding learning experience...

Professor Zaheer Hamid 13 Jul 2020

Have we lost the 2020 academic year?
Have we lost the 2020 academic year?Article

Amongst other themes, the Ask Afrika Covid-19 tracker assesses the trust levels of South Africans in political leaders. In week 13, results show that Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga's trust levels are at 48%, lower than others in the core group of Covid-19 ministers measured...

Mariette Croukamp and Bernice Joubert, Issued by Ask Afrika 7 Jul 2020

Covid-19 increases demand for healthcare industry professionals
Covid-19 increases demand for healthcare industry professionalsArticle

An MBA in Healthcare Management from Regent Business School empowers healthcare executives with the latest knowledge and skills in business and hospital management to overcome the extraordinary challenges facing today's healthcare industry...

Issued by Regent Business School 29 Jun 2020

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APO Group to facilitate WHO Africa Covid-19 online press briefingsArticle

APO Group has collaborated with the World Health Organization (WHO) Regional Office for Africa for the provision of online press conferences during the Covid-19 pandemic...

19 Jun 2020

Community and collaboration: How Regent Business School ensures uninterrupted learning during the lockdown
Community and collaboration: How Regent Business School ensures uninterrupted learning during the lockdownArticle

As a result of strategic collaborations, digital innovation and a community-focused ethos, Regent Business School offers students a comprehensive digitally-supported online learning platform, with data-free access to key learning portals for students using MTN and Cell C simcards...

Issued by Regent Business School 8 Jun 2020

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

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...

2 Jun 2020

Celebrating transformation this Youth Month
Celebrating transformation this Youth MonthArticle

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 1 Jun 2020

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

Rebecca Pretorius, Country Manager at Crimson Education, shares her experience of the current Covid-19 crisis and how the organisation is navigating these unusual times...

Shan Radcliffe 29 May 2020

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

Professor Mandla Makhanya, Vice Chancellor of Unisa, shares his experience of the current Covid-19 crisis and how the higher education institution is navigating these unusual times...

Shan Radcliffe 28 May 2020

Unusual lockdown lesson
Unusual lockdown lessonArticle

Here's an unusual lockdown lesson: in this time of distance learning, colleges should start investing in large scale, physical, hands-on training equipment...

Issued by Pert Industrials 26 May 2020

Curro launches online education solution
Curro launches online education solutionArticle

Independent education provider, Curro Holdings is launching Curro Online - the group's first online school that aims to offer a flexible yet structured education model, with classes taught by current Curro teachers...

22 May 2020

#LockdownLessons: RISE Academy keeps students active in lockdown
#LockdownLessons: RISE Academy keeps students active in lockdownArticle

Sue Green, co-founder of RISE Academy of Entrepreneurship, shares how the coronavirus pandemic has impacted the academy...

Evan-Lee Courie 18 May 2020

4 tips to setting up an online classroom
4 tips to setting up an online classroomArticle

With physical classes at schools and universities suspended until further notice, teaching online has become the new normal. The teaching English as a foreign language (TEFL) industry, which has leveraged online learning as a primary tool for many years, could provide useful insights for teachers looking to set up or improve their online classrooms...

12 May 2020

How Covid-19 crisis is demystifying online learning
How Covid-19 crisis is demystifying online learningArticle

An interview with Natasa Meli, the South African College of Applied Psychology's Head of Online Campus...

Issued by SACAP 7 May 2020

What are the cyber risks of online schooling?
What are the cyber risks of online schooling?Article

With lockdown forcing schools and tertiary institutions to take learning online, a plethora of new risks are facing children, families and learning institutions...

Doros Hadjizenonos 4 May 2020

Should universities receive a stimulus package from government during Covid-19?
Should universities receive a stimulus package from government during Covid-19?Article

The Covid-19 pandemic has created profound disruptions in our economy and society. Due to these new challenges, most universities have decided to move from face-to-face classes to online teaching (more accurately defined as emergency remote teaching and learning) so as to complete the 2020 academic year, and to prevent the spread of the virus...

Prof Francis Petersen 24 Apr 2020

Tips to teaching remotely: focus on essentials, less is more
Tips to teaching remotely: focus on essentials, less is moreArticle

The temptation to do it all as if it is possible to maintain the pace and volume of contact education remotely must be resisted, an education expert says...

22 Apr 2020

SnapStudy education initiative now free to SA students
SnapStudy education initiative now free to SA studentsArticle

To mitigate the impact the Covid-19 lockdown has had on the school year, the SnapStudy education initiative is being made freely available to learners for a limited time. Students from both government and private schools will be allowed to access complimentary online high school courses...

16 Apr 2020

Learn to read in SA's 11 official languages with Feed the Monster app
Learn to read in SA's 11 official languages with Feed the Monster appArticle

Bellavista S.H.A.R.E. has partnered with the MTN Foundation and Curious Learning to launch the Feed the Monster app, which presents reading instruction in a variety of different languages, in South Africa...

15 Apr 2020

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