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Saving the world through better choices

Innovator and thought leader Roger Martin has launched his latest book, which calls on managers and leaders to embrace integrative thinking to create new value for the world

Issued by UCT Graduate School of Business 1 day ago

Wind farm sparks young minds

The Jeffreys Bay Wind Farm's Foundation Phase Literacy Programme will launch several reading clubs across the Kouga municipality in an effort to help re-ignite a love for reading which is often lost with age

By Tremaine van Aardt 1 day ago

Capsicum Culinary Studio celebrates return of Cake Boss, offers R100,000 bursary

Celebrating the return of Cake Boss on TLC Discovery, SA chef school Capsicum Culinary Studio is offering the opportunity to win a bursary to study for a diploma in patisserie worth more than R100,000

2 days ago

Code4CT, Booking.com to co-host coding workshop

Code for Cape Town (Code4CT) and Booking.com are partnering to encourage girls to code by co-hosting a one-day workshop on Saturday, 30 September 2017

2 days ago

iLearn contributes to empowering SA's disabled workforce

Around 2.9-million South Africans are living with disabilities, yet only 1% have jobs

2 days ago

Technology used to drive inclusivity in Western Cape Schools

E-learning is one of seven key interventions identified by the Western Cape government to help prepare its learners for the future

2 days ago

FP&M SETA hosts inaugural Skills and Career Development Summit and Expo

The FP&M SETA Skills and Career Development Summit and Expo took place in Johannesburg recently with more than 2000 learners in attendance

3 days ago

New business school chair brings poetic vision to role

The new chair of the Allan Gray Centre for Values-Based Leadership, Professor Kurt April, believes responsible leaders are vital for flourishing communities, strong companies and booming economies

Issued by UCT Graduate School of Business 2 days ago

Private schools gain a foothold in Africa

Experts wary over corporate takeover of education in sub-Saharan Africa

By Lisa Vives 19 Sep 2017

This is how to stop students dropping out of university

The new university academic year will soon be upon us. Over half a million new hopeful students will begin what should be one of the most important experiences of their lives. Sadly, many of these students will drop out before the end of their first year.

By Dennis Duty and Ruth Brooks 19 Sep 2017

Are graduates prepared for the job market? Rethinking Africa's university model

Across Africa, students arrive on campuses full of hope that a university degree will improve their lives. The reality is far less certain

By Seth Trudeau and Keno Omu 18 Sep 2017

2017-2019 Next Einstein Forum fellows announced

Sixteen scientists solving Africa's and the world's challenges have been announced as part of the Next Einstein Forum's (NEF) second fellows class

18 Sep 2017

Professor Brian O'Connell receives NRF Lifetime Achievement Award

Professor Brian O'Connell of the University of the Western Cape was awarded the National Research Foundation's (NRF) Lifetime Achievement Award during the annual NRF Awards ceremony on Thursday, 14 September

18 Sep 2017

How gamification can boost student success

In a perfect world, students would be self-motivated to focus during lectures and practice or study the material

By Aaron Langille 15 Sep 2017

Africa Safety Tour heads to South Africa, Zimbabwe

Facebook's Africa Safety Tour team is this week meeting with leading South African and Zimbabwean representatives, giving training, and facilitating workshops on the topic of online safety

15 Sep 2017

Campaign launched to encourage more outdoor learning

Led globally by social enterprise Project Dirt, Outdoor Classroom Day will take place on Thursday, 12 October

15 Sep 2017

Skills and Career Development Summit prepares, uplifts learners

The 2017 FP&M SETA Skills and Career Development Summit is aiming to prepare and uplift learners for a better future

15 Sep 2017

Muddy hands spark a passion for teaching Grade R

Grade R teacher Cherise Muller is absolutely crazy about what she does. The moment that shaped her future was when a child walked up to her with muddy hands and hugged her

By Nana Zuke, Issued by Lyceum Correspondence College 14 Sep 2017

Damelin Benoni students enjoy a fun-filled Sports Day

Damelin Benoni campus hosted its annual Sports Day for students at the Wattville Stadium in Johannesburg and students came in their numbers fired up to compete

By Nana Zuke, Issued by Damelin 14 Sep 2017

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