Education
AFRICAN SUCCESS Soneike High School Students Set for African Success
Between the 10th and 20th of April 2018, groups of Grade 11 learners at Soneike High School in Kuilsrivier, Western Cape got to grips with the seemingly complicated
25 Apr 2018
A DEEP CHANGE IS VITAL FOR THE EFFECTIVENESS AND SURVIVAL OF HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS Without a radical change to approach, universities will not be in a position to facilitate the appropriate and effective learning experience that their students need in order to survive and thrive
In order to be relevant and effective within the evolved systems and altered social context brought about by the flux of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, the university of the
24 Apr 2018
HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING Interview with the Deputy Minister of Higher Education and Training - Buti Manamela
1. This is your first term serving as Deputy Minister of Higher Education and Training, what does this role entail? The role of the Deputy Minister, working with the Minister, is
09 Apr 2018 - D. T.
TECHNICAL MATRIC OPENS DOORS Technical matric opens doors to practical careers desperate for skilled workers
Despite thousands of South Africans struggling to find employment because they never finished school, few are aware of the option of completing a Technical Matric, which allows
28 Mar 2018
SCHOOL WORKBOOKS CONTINUES UNINTERRUPTED Printing and delivery of over 60 million school workbooks continues uninterrupted
Novus Holdings, Africa’s leading commercial printing company, has said it is pleased with the recent judgement delivered in the High Court of Pretoria, which will see
12 Mar 2018
Can business bridge the gap for universities? With all the talk around ‘fees must fall’ it is essential that universities maximise their earning potential through the creation of business development initiatives to help students afford tertiary education in the future
The University of Venda (Univen) became the first historically black university in South Africa to establish a commercial wing to tackle its financial challenges last year. Over
22 Feb 2018
BELGIUM CAMPUS OFFERS 125 FREE ICT BURSARIES Private higher education provider and iTversity Belgium Campus is offering 125 free bursaries to the value of R8.5 million for 2018.
Private higher education provider and iTversity Belgium Campus is offering 125 free bursaries to the value of R8.5 million for 2018. The offering consists of 25 diploma and 25
31 Jan 2018
GENDER STEREOTYPING STARTS IN PRIMARY SCHOOL AND CHILDREN’S CAREER ASPIRATIONS DO NOT MATCH WORKFORCE NEEDS. Drawings from over 20,000 primary school children show that skills mismatch starts early and career aspirations change only marginally after the age of seven. 
Education and Employers, a UK-based charity, today launched a landmark report, Drawing the Future, which revealed that the difference between children’s
22 Jan 2018
AWARENESS FOR EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION SA adventurers tackle volcano to raise awareness for early childhood education
A group of six South African adventurers is planning to summit the world’s highest active volcano to raise awareness for The Unlimited Child, a skills development non-profit
22 Jan 2018
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