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We take a wide-ranging holistic approach in defining enterprise at UNISA. To us, enterprise is a collective effort that continuously provide an approach and framework towards creating a real culture of entrepreneurship at UNISA across all our stakeholders, but also an effort to enhance the reputation of UNISA's core mission of research and teaching.

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How education institutions can seamlessly switch to DebiCheck by choosing the right TPPP

Education institutions in South Africa are migrating cash payments to DebiCheck in an effort to upgrade tuition collection processes and meet revenue goals...

Issued by Bitventure 16 hours ago

Teachers to be vaccinated from next week

The National Health Department says it is ready to start vaccinating teachers in their numbers from next week...

3 days ago

New NWU centre for children with developmental delays will focus on the whole family

When children have disabilities or developmental delays, the whole family can be affected. This is why the Care2Kids division of the Centre for Health and Human Performance at the North-West University (NWU) is embracing a family-focused intervention...

Issued by North-West University (NWU) 27 May 2021

BIC supports education in SA through Buy a Pen, Donate a Pen initiative

As part of their continued investment into the education of South Africa's learners, BIC stationery is donating pens and pencils to under-resourced schools across the country...

19 May 2021

Numeracy: The key to unlocking a healthy, productive life

"Good numeracy is the best protection against unemployment, low wages and poor health."

By Zaheera Soomar 18 May 2021

iSchoolAfrica's digital learning initiative changes the lives of 100,000 learners

With its focus on opening the potential of the online world and enabling a digital future for under-resourced communities...

12 May 2021

Holistic schools development mitigates Covid-19 impacts

The Covid-19 pandemic had a significant impact in 2020 on South Africa's schooling system...

By Steven Lebere, Issued by Cyril Ramaphosa Foundation 16 Apr 2021

The right to education: An insider's perspective over the past 25 years

The last year has made the rights enshrined in South Africa's Bill of Rights more relevant than ever before. Prior to Covid-19, many of us simply took the right to freedom of movement for granted, as well as the right to freedom of trade, to healthcare and to education...

By Jackie Carroll, Issued by Optimi 31 Mar 2021

Anglo American Kumba Iron Ore launches programme to improve educational development in NC

Anglo American Kumba Iron Ore recently launched a major education programme to improve learner outcomes in 27 ECD sites and 26 schools local to its mining operations...

26 Mar 2021

ECDs urged to update information for relief fund

The Department of Social Development has urged ECD service organisations to update their information for the ECD Employment Stimulus Relief Fund (ECD-ESRF) by Saturday...

18 Mar 2021

Christel House opens admissions for first ever Gr RR class

Admissions for the July 2021 intake of Grade RR students are officially open at Christel House South Africa, a non-profit no-fee school based in Ottery, Cape Town...

10 Mar 2021

ECD clauses in Children's Amendment Bill rejected

The Portfolio Committee on Social Development has rejected the clauses which provide for Early Childhood Development (ECD) in the Children's Amendment Bill...

8 Mar 2021

#BudgetSpeech2021: Education to remain a priority in 2021

While education continues to be a priority, Finance Minister Tito Mboweni has announced that government will in the next three years trim expenditure in the learning and culture function...

24 Feb 2021






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