Dear graduate, here are 5 reasons to take that crappy job...
Dear graduate, here are 5 reasons to take that crappy job...

The reality is that the "crappy, lame, I-didn't-study-for-so-long-to-end-up-here" job is better than sitting at home waiting for your perfect job to just come along and find you (which, unless your name is Kim Kardashian, isn't going to happen).

By Jake Willis 1 day ago

#EntrepreneurMonth: Interning the tide of unemployment
#EntrepreneurMonth: Interning the tide of unemployment

The graduate unemployment problem is an age-old, catch-22 situation: In order to get a job, you need experience, but the only way to get experience is to get a job. It's no wonder so many end up working retail and waiting tables to pay off their student loans, while struggling to take that first step along their chosen career path...

By Shan Radcliffe 1 day ago

What can we do to solve the education-to-employment dilemma?
What can we do to solve the education-to-employment dilemma?

In order to find employment after matric, learners need to be empowered with relevant skills. These can only be delivered via close collaboration between the schools, the public and private sectors.

By Ebrahim Matthews 3 days ago

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Attention students, here's your chance to win accommodation at CampusKey

CampusKey is giving students the opportunity to win free accommodation at its Bloemfontein, Potchefstroom, or Port Elizabeth campuses through a competition.

3 days ago

The JBS: Authentically African and globally innovative
The JBS: Authentically African and globally innovative

The Johannesburg Business School (JBS) is committed to delivering world-class business education that focuses on the African context and is geared for Industry 4.0, according to senior director Professor Lyal White. It must, he adds, be purpose-driven for sustained impact on the changing social, political and economic fortunes of our continent.

Issued by University of Johannesburg 3 days ago

MBAWC offers free training to upskill building sector entrepreneurs
MBAWC offers free training to upskill building sector entrepreneurs

"African entrepreneurs are poised to change the economic trajectory and shape the social landscape of our continent. The millions of jobs that our people need will not be created by governments or big industry alone. They will be created by emerging entrepreneurs..."

3 days ago

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Honoris United Universities announces two major developments

Honoris United Universities has officially opened its Medical Simulation Centre in Tunis. Secondly, health sciences education group Upsat and its three schools - Supsat Tunis, Upsat Sousse, and Upsat Sfax - has joined Honoris' network.

13 Nov 2018

AFDA Port Elizabeth introduces new Higher Certificate course for 2019
AFDA Port Elizabeth introduces new Higher Certificate course for 2019

Sewing the seeds for a thriving entertainment industry in the Eastern Cape

By Earle Holmes, Issued by AFDA 13 Nov 2018

Certificate in Visionary Leadership offered online!
Certificate in Visionary Leadership offered online!

The global landscape is currently volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous (VUCA) whereby leaders find themselves challenged to cope and manage their teams and organisations. This course has been developed to assist leaders to overcome the challenges of the VUCA world.

Issued by UKZN Extended Learning 13 Nov 2018

Equal Education calls on Ramaphosa to get involved in fixing schools
Equal Education calls on Ramaphosa to get involved in fixing schools

The Constitutional Court has turned down the Department of Basic Education (DBE) appeal against the landmark Norms and Standards case brought by Equal Education - and the education lobbying group is now demanding that President Cyril Ramaphosa gets involved.

By Saam Niami Jalinous 12 Nov 2018

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Two SA students to deliver talks at TED-Ed Weekend

TED-Ed has invited members from Think Ahead's TED-Ed Club Boipelo Moagi and Ayanda Bokaba to the upcoming TED-Ed Weekend that will run from 17-18 November 2018 in New York, US.

12 Nov 2018