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by Camilla Pennington A recent article featured on IOL quotes Professor Deresh Ramjugernath, Deputy Vice-Chancellor: Research at the University of KwaZulu-Natal as saying, “If we really want to see the significant economic growth and job creation

By Lita Currie Many people believe that they cannot draw, and that might stop them from even trying.  When using graphics in a business context it's not really about the drawing - it's all about the

23 February 2018 – Johannesburg –  Harambee, the Youth Employment Accelerator that helps young unemployed work-seekers find work through scientifically rigorous matching tools and work readiness programmes has released its Breaking Barriers youth employment report

World Economic Forum When asked which skills the children of today will need to develop to keep their jobs safe from automation, employers often highlight so-called “soft skills”, a suite of attributes that include social abilities

Brand South Africa’s partner Symphonia for South Africa, an NGO that delivers the Partners for Possibility (PfP) programme, has been recognised as one of the world’s top 100 NGOs. Symphonia is the creator of the

Here is what ordinary Capetonians are doing – at universities and schools, in their homes and neighbourhoods – to push back day zero Cape Town is in the depths of a water crisis and residents are

By Professor Alwyn Louw; President: Monash South Africa   Given the growing levels of complexity to be ushered in by the fourth industrial revolution, a fundamental change in the way humans think and work is non-negotiable. Universities

by Marius Meyer The National Association of Distance Education and Open Learning (Nadeosa) celebrated its 21st anniversary at its annual conference at the University of Free State in Bloemfontein from 19-21 July 2017.  Nadeosa is an association

by Camilla Pennington There are three different sources of global University Rankings most often used by employers – each with a slightly different approach to measuring and ranking universities and each using varied methodologies to arrive

By Lita Currie I was a proud mom this week:  my eldest son was one of 120 learners who qualified for the school spelling bee.  So, we set off in our Sunday best on Thursday night