Education
THE UNIVERSITY OF MPUMALANGA (UMP) UMP was established in 2013 and stands as a symbol of the ambitions of the new South African society. Professor Thoko Mayekiso, Vice-Chancellor discusses the university’s leadership role within the academic sphere, its commitment to providing education of the highest standards and a vibrant student experience for all and cultivating responsible student leaders
In a region thirsty for learning, UMP assumes a leadership role in providing the Province and the country with academic avenues for advancement. “The university endows its
13 Sep 2017
Education for all School of Specialisation opens in Soweto
The new Curtis Nkondo School of Specialisation signals a new era in basic education, said Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga at the opening of the school on
10 May 2016
PARTNERSHIP Vodacom and Eduloan expand m-pesa service to bursary students
Vodacom together with Eduloan, a leading education finance and bursary administration provider is giving students the ability to pay for educational and daily expenses from their
02 Oct 2014
NEW ONLINE RESOURCES New online resource helps graduates land – and keep – their first jobs
A free new online resource is set to change the landscape for post-qualification jobseekers. The World of Work, created by The Independent Institute of Education, has been
20 May 2014
CORPORATE SOCIAL INVESTEMENT Dell South Africa affords students the opportunity for a brighter future
Dell South Africa aims to develop literate and connected communities, bridging the gap between the “haves” and the “haves-not”. Providing quality education is one way in which they strive to do this.
18 Mar 2014
Leading philanthropist visits Ottery school that she founded 10 years ago Important to give back to community
Christel DeHaan, the founder of Christel House South Africa, a school for disadvantaged children in Ottery, Cape Town, was welcomed at the school with a special assembly held in her honour recently.
06 Mar 2014
Vega brings the VIBE into Brand Building More than 40 schools participate
Schools will compete as ‘mini brand consultancies’ for organisations looking for a unique and innovative way of coming up with ideas for brand building and marketing.
27 Feb 2014
Fundamental shifts vs. Cost cutting Grounding SA’s soaring education
As the extreme cost of higher education once again made headlines around the country, a leading higher education provider says it is possible for institutions to make changes.
26 Feb 2014
Boosting the services sector Bursaries to boost leadership and management skills
Services SETA has teamed up with the UCT Graduate School of Business to enroll junior and middle managers working in the sector in key management development programmes at the school.
27 Jan 2014
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