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Harvard GSD announces 4 finalists for 2021 Wheelwright Prize
Harvard GSD announces 4 finalists for 2021 Wheelwright PrizeArticle

The Harvard University Graduate School of Design (GSD) has announced four shortlisted architects for the 2021 Wheelwright Prize...

13 Apr 2021

#StartupStory: Just Exists... to tell genuine African brand stories
#StartupStory: Just Exists... to tell genuine African brand storiesArticle

Just Exists was formed to showcase local talents and bridge the gap between disenfranchised youth creatives and corporates, making a tangible impact in their potential career paths and creating memorable work in the process...

Jessica Tennant 9 Apr 2021

State-of-the-art school for special needs learners opens in KZN
State-of-the-art school for special needs learners opens in KZNArticle

KwaZulu-Natal Premier Sihle Zikalala has marked the official opening of the state-of-the-art Pholela Special School at Bulwer in the Harry Gwala District Municipality...

30 Mar 2021

Renowned gospel singer, HLE to host VIP Invite, a new spiritual upliftment TV show
Renowned gospel singer, HLE to host VIP Invite, a new spiritual upliftment TV showArticle

Renowned gospel singer, HLE will give viewers front-row seats to an inspirational festival of praise and worship in a new show that seeks to uplift and entertain viewers...

Lerato Moseki, Issued by Urban Brew Studios 23 Mar 2021

#BudgetSpeech2021: Education to remain a priority in 2021
#BudgetSpeech2021: Education to remain a priority in 2021Article

While education continues to be a priority, Finance Minister Tito Mboweni has announced that government will in the next three years trim expenditure in the learning and culture function...

24 Feb 2021

Coding for girls: a glimmer of hope in a coding boot camp
Coding for girls: a glimmer of hope in a coding boot campArticle

In early December 2020, a 10-day coding boot camp, organised by the UN Economic Commission for Africa and...

Dr Mwarumba Mwavita 4 Feb 2021

Gauteng, KZN ready for the new school year
Gauteng, KZN ready for the new school yearArticle

Schools in both Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal have been given the green light to open their doors to students on 15 February 2021...

3 Feb 2021

The One Club expands One School to Chicago and Atlanta
The One Club expands One School to Chicago and AtlantaArticle

Due to overwhelming demand, The One Club for Creativity is doubling the scope of its One School free portfolio programme for Black creatives with expansion to Chicago and Atlanta...

2 Feb 2021

Type Directors Club commits to diversity with new advisory board
Type Directors Club commits to diversity with new advisory boardArticle

The Type Directors Club (TDC), the global typography organisation, has enhanced diversity within its leadership with the announcement of a new advisory board...

26 Jan 2021

International Green School opens its doors in SA
International Green School opens its doors in SAArticle

There's a new school on the block - or more specifically, on eight hectares near Paarl in the Cape Winelands...

Shan Radcliffe 25 Jan 2021

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#BizTrends2021: 3 online high school trends gaining traction this yearArticle

With the growth of online schools, access to international curricula is not only in higher demand, but is becoming increasingly easier to access...

Rebecca Pretorius 14 Jan 2021

King's College global online education offering launches
King's College global online education offering launchesArticle

The newly-launched King's College Online is the first online international school established by the global group, Inspired Education. The online institution will also provide its students with access to over 60 physical premium schools around the world...

7 Dec 2020

Covid-19 has made inequality worse, researchers find
Covid-19 has made inequality worse, researchers findArticle

The Covid-19 pandemic and the nationwide lockdown have deepened inequality, especially in the job market and in education, according to a major survey released on Wednesday, 30 September...

Justin Brown 1 Oct 2020

Nairobi's Runda-based SABIS International School sets green building precedent
Nairobi's Runda-based SABIS International School sets green building precedentArticle

The new SABIS International School in Runda, Nairobi was awarded a four-star Green Star Africa-Kenya PEB v1 Design Rating earlier this year. Construction on the SABIS International School - Runda campus started in June 2016 and was completed in June 2018...

30 Sep 2020

Universities to extend 2020 academic year
Universities to extend 2020 academic yearArticle

Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga says to ensure that matriculants are not compromised by the late release of the Grade 12 results, Universities South Africa has agreed to extend the academic year to the end of February 2021...

3 Sep 2020

Department releases revised school calendar
Department releases revised school calendarArticle

The Department of Basic Education has released a revised school calendar for the 2020 academic year...

3 Aug 2020

Most schools ready to reopen
Most schools ready to reopenArticle

Minister of Basic Education, Angie Motshekga, says most of the country's schools are ready to receive learners from Monday morning...

8 Jun 2020

Bokang Mokoena, executive director of Phakamani Young Minds Academy
#YouthMonth: Youth must prepare, start strategising for the new normalArticle

We chatted to Bokang Mokoena, executive director of youth-led NPO Phakamani Young Minds Academy, to find out more about the origins of the organisation, some of its most significant achievements...

Sindy Peters 5 Jun 2020

Challenger Type - The Irreverent Maverick
Challenger Type - The Irreverent MaverickArticle

Witty brand communication that consistently attacks the comfort of the same-old-same-old, is a hallmark of an Irreverent Maverick...

Issued by eatbigfish 21 May 2020

Mpumalanga builds seven new schools
Mpumalanga builds seven new schoolsArticle

The Mpumalanga Provincial Government will commence with the construction of seven new schools in five fast-growing towns...

26 Feb 2020

Malaysian scholarships available to Commonwealth students
Malaysian scholarships available to Commonwealth studentsArticle

The Commonwealth Secretary-General has launched a new scholarship at the King Henry VIII College in Selangor, Malaysia...

17 Feb 2020

6 ways to beat the back-to-school blues
6 ways to beat the back-to-school bluesArticle

Families around South Africa are frantically trying to prepare for the new school year - uniforms, stationery, lunch boxes. Excitement, fear, elation, anxiety, anticipation, expectation and stress are all a part of the process. Everyone copes differently, with some families even feeling the 'back-to-school-blues'...

Cindy Glass 14 Jan 2020

5 tips to help parent-teacher communication
5 tips to help parent-teacher communicationArticle

Communication between parents and teachers is vital to a child's performance at school, especially when it comes to life altering events. Helene Vermaak, director at The Human Edge says that many teachers find parents fail to communicate major changes at home that could impact the child's performance...

11 Dec 2019

Helping learners put their best foot forward
Helping learners put their best foot forwardArticle

Recognising the importance of correct fitting and comfortable shoes for learners, Sumitomo Rubber South Africa (Sumitomo Dunlop) pledged R150,000 and appealed to the company's suppliers to assist further...

Issued by Sumitomo Dunlop 5 Dec 2019

Breaking ground on new school in Senegal
Breaking ground on new school in SenegalArticle

GE Steam Power, alongside its longstanding nonprofit organisation, buildOn, announced the groundbreaking of a new school in Kaolack, Senegal. This marks the fourth of five schools to be built in Nepal and Senegal, bringing the total to 47 schools worldwide...

27 Nov 2019

The future of work - Are robots the key to reducing unemployment?
The future of work - Are robots the key to reducing unemployment?Article

With the rise of robots, machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI), the employees of today are in panic mode about the state of their future career prospects. Will they have a job in 20 years' time... 10 years' time... or even next year?..

Issued by Ole!Connect 1 Nov 2019

Young mathematicians celebrated at a prestigious award ceremony
Young mathematicians celebrated at a prestigious award ceremonyArticle

Parents/guardians and teachers gathered at Montecasino's Ballroom to celebrate the exceptional brain power of their bundles of joy at the Nestlé Nespray South African Mathematics Challenge Awards...

Issued by Orchard on 25 16 Oct 2019

To Russia, with love
To Russia, with loveArticle

It's a long way from Acornhoek in Bushbuckridge to Tambov in Russia - but that's where Akani Sikwile and Emmanuel Mashaba, both former participants in Thuthuka's Mpumalanga Development Camp, find themselves studying medicine...

Lisa Witepski, Issued by SAICA 7 Oct 2019

3 ways to spot an up-and-coming suburb
3 ways to spot an up-and-coming suburbArticle

When it comes to maximizing returns on real estate investments, it's all about location, location, location. Knowing where (and when) to purchase can make a significant difference in the kinds of returns one can expect to generate...

13 Sep 2019

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How data science in and for Africa can blaze new trailsArticle

Many of the disruptive, game-changing innovations that are grounded in data science are intended to improve people's quality of life as well as the efficiency of processes and services...

Wim Delva 2 Aug 2019

School of Hard Knocks tackles youth unemployment issues
School of Hard Knocks tackles youth unemployment issuesArticle

The School of Hard Knocks (SOHK) in the Western Cape has taken the initiative to contribute to addressing South Africa's youth unemployment challenge by providing courses that assist youth to enter the job market...

24 Jul 2019

Rate cut should've been bolder to kickstart economy, property market
Rate cut should've been bolder to kickstart economy, property marketArticle

While welcoming the decision by the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) of the Reserve Bank to cut the repo rate by 25 basis points to 6.50%, the bank should have been bolder...

Samuel Seeff 19 Jul 2019

Stellenbosch University adds data engineering degree to BEng stream
Stellenbosch University adds data engineering degree to BEng streamArticle

The Faculty of Engineering at Stellenbosch University will introduce a new BEng degree in Data Engineering from February 2020...

14 Jun 2019

Construction workers strike over training fund
Construction workers strike over training fundArticle

Workers at the R68m construction site of Noninzi Luzipho Primary School in KwaNobuhle township, Uitenhage, are on strike over a training fund...

Thamsanqa Mbovane 9 May 2019

"This is not a man's world": protesters demand construction jobs for women
"This is not a man's world": protesters demand construction jobs for womenArticle

Residents of Lower Crossroads in Philippi, Cape Town, brought construction of a new school to a halt on Tuesday, 26 March, demanding more jobs for women and for residents...

Velani Ludidi 28 Mar 2019

Hoërskool Driehoek tragedy: Who should take the blame and compensate victims?
Hoërskool Driehoek tragedy: Who should take the blame and compensate victims?Article

When a massive concrete walkway slab collapsed at Die Hoërskool Driekoek in Vanderbijlpark, four learners lost their lives and more than 20 others were injured...

Wihan Meintjes and Grégor Wolter 27 Mar 2019

New school feeder zone regulations to ensure fair access
New school feeder zone regulations to ensure fair accessArticle

The new school feeder zone regulations announced by the Gauteng Education Department (GDE) will ensure fair access to schools, says MEC Panyaza Lesufi...

11 Mar 2019

AKA, Sho Madjozi and more to perform at 2019 VW VIVOnation
AKA, Sho Madjozi and more to perform at 2019 VW VIVOnationArticle

The VW VIVOnation music and lifestyle festival will return to The Container Yard in downtown Johannesburg from 6 to 7 April 2019...

11 Mar 2019

#BudgetSpeech2019: No quick fix for SA's Budget, but there's some hope
#BudgetSpeech2019: No quick fix for SA's Budget, but there's some hopeArticle

In what was arguably one of the most closely watched National Budget speeches in recent years, Finance Minister Tito Mboweni outlined government's plan to boost growth...

Dr Andrew Golding 21 Feb 2019

Free State prioritises education, youth
Free State prioritises education, youthArticle

The Free State government has targeted education, skills development and youth opportunities as their focus areas this year...

19 Feb 2019

Newly built school opened in Soweto
Newly built school opened in SowetoArticle

The Gauteng Department of Education has opened a new school in Soweto worth more than R57 million in an effort to ensure state-of-the-art infrastructure is provided to previously under-serviced communities...

15 Feb 2019

TFG delivers new bags to 1000 learners
TFG delivers new bags to 1000 learnersArticle

1,000 learners in Kensington and Caledon started their school year with brand-new school bags and stationery packs donated by fashion lifestyle retailer, TFG...

Issued by TFG (The Foschini Group) 15 Jan 2019

Over R1m raised at Silicon Valley gathering to support rural education in SA
Over R1m raised at Silicon Valley gathering to support rural education in SAArticle

Over R1m was raised for the Nelson Mandela Institute for Education and Rural Development at a recent gathering in San Francisco...

13 Dec 2018

Learner placement on track for 2019
Learner placement on track for 2019Article

With just over a month to go until 2019, the Basic Education Department (DBE) has confirmed that preparations for the new school year are on track, with the majority of learners already placed in schools...

21 Nov 2018

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Epica Awards Creative Circle debates: "Will responsibility kill creativity?"Article

Clients, agencies and journalists will be asking, "Will responsibility kill creativity?" at the Epica Awards Creative Circle that will be taking place in Amsterdam on 15 November at the KIT Royal Tropical Institute...

12 Nov 2018

Can drone technology turn around the fortunes of the construction sector in SA?
Can drone technology turn around the fortunes of the construction sector in SA?Article

Drone technology can turn around the fortunes of the construction sector, Gauteng Infrastructure Development MEC Jacob Mamabolo said on Monday, 29 October...

30 Oct 2018

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