#YouthReport2018: Generation jobless and the high inequality economy

Explaining concepts like the 'missing middle' and various African economic myths and misconceptions, Professor Haroon Bhorat shared the harsh economic realities of growing up in South Africa today, at the launch of the UCT Unilever Institute of Strategic Marketing's Youth Report 2018...

By Leigh Andrews 7 Sep 2018

'Farm-to-school' movement takes root in Canada

Farm-to-school programs aim to bring healthy, local food into schools, foster food literacy and enhance community connectedness...

5 Sep 2018

KZN Rotary Club looks to education to help break cycle of poverty

Determined to take a step towards breaking the cycle of poverty in KwaZulu-Natal's Midland, members of the Rotary Club of Hilton and Howick have embarked on an early childhood development education project...

3 Sep 2018

#WomensMonth: Be brave, be bold, don't let anyone push you around

Kathryn Main is a single mom of three boys, former sales manager of Sawubona magazine, and founder of Mainmultimedia and Money Savvy Kids (MSK). She explains why working for herself was not an option but a necessity, her personal financial education journey and why she doesn't want the next generation to go through what she went through...

By Leigh Andrews 23 Aug 2018

New database puts African education research at the heart of policy and practice

There is growing recognition of the quality of research in developing countries and its importance for policy and practice...

By Rafael Mitchell, Pauline Rose, Samuel Asare 23 Aug 2018

Applications opened for SA female entrepreneur challenge

Applications have opened for South African female entrepreneur challenge #0to6matters, a collaboration between Innovation Edge and The Startup Hatchery...

By Tom Jackson 16 Aug 2018

Indaba Institute celebrates its first ECE graduates in the Cape Winelands

The Indaba Institute in Stellenbosch held its first graduation ceremony for 22 students, including five recipients of Indaba Foundation bursaries late last week...

10 Aug 2018

Eskilz College Early Childhood Development leaners looking for placement

Over 350 learners with disabilities have enrolled for the Early Childhood Development level 4 learnership at Eskilz College...

Issued by Eskilz College 19 Jul 2018

Opportunities for learners with disability

Over 350 learners with disabilities have enrolled for the Early Childhood Development level 4 learnership at Eskilz College...

Issued by Eskilz College 4 Jul 2018

How to bring the teaching profession back to the forefront

Education is central to development and to the improvement of the lives of young people, reiterating the importance of teachers in our country...

By Mampho Langa 18 Jun 2018

Call 2 Care uplifts communities with garden education, after-school programmes

About a year ago, we interviewed Cape Town-based non-profit organisation, Call 2 Care which invests its time and efforts to uplift communities in underprivileged areas through sustainable food access and gardening education.

By Robin Fredericks 22 May 2018

SA's biggest board-meeting to address youth unemployment and education

Business leaders agree that collective action is required from all sectors to address youth unemployment and education...

11 May 2018

Anglo American launches education programme

Anglo American, in partnership with the DBE, has launched a major new education programme to improve outcomes for learners local to its mining operations in South Africa...

16 Apr 2018

Cookhouse Wind Farm invests in ECD centres by upskilling local practitioners

Through its flagship project, Cookhouse Wind Farm has enabled 47 early childhood development (ECD) practitioners...

12 Apr 2018

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