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HP learning companion notebooks empower youth for tomorrow's success

As Africa positions itself to emerge from the pandemic, young people will increasingly need to adjust to new ways of studying, working, creating, and - importantly - connecting. HP 's range of HP 15 Notebooks are the ideal learning companions...

Issued by HP 4 hours ago

SA bursaries - last call for applications

Here are 18 bursaries covering a variety of disciplines that are still open for application, with the deadline in August...

1 day ago

Applications open for Sanral's bursary, scholarship programme

The South African National Roads Agency is calling on South African youth to take up its bursary and scholarship assistance before 30 September 2021.

2 days ago

Advancing gender equality in the workplace: African Universities Gender Equality Forum - Register now!

The forum, taking place on Thursday, 12 August 2021, at 10am-12pm, aims to facilitate a collaborative platform for academic institutions in Africa to unite in raising their voices and agree on societal impact initiatives to help eliminate GBV and increase gender equality...

Issued by Shift Social Africa 30 Jul 2021

Stellenbosch University prioritises climate crisis with launch of School for Climate Studies

Stellenbosch University (SU) has launched its School for Climate Studies - the first school of its kind in the country that has the status of a faculty...

By Sindy Peters 30 Jul 2021

5 digital trends transforming the education sector

The pandemic caused a rapid shift to digitalisation, most notably in the education sector, driving teachers and students into the remote learning space overnight...

By Carmen Schaefer 30 Jul 2021

DBE sets record straight on teachers who are not vaccinated

The DBE has disputed misleading reports and misinformation regarding the circular it distributed last week on educators who are not vaccinated...

29 Jul 2021

Music education can aid skills development for the future workplace

Music education in schools could equip learners with the skills they will need in the 21st century workplace, a new study has revealed...

28 Jul 2021

MasterStart, Cambridge Spark collaboration unlocks online AI training for Africans

Students across the African continent will be able to access to data analysis and AI training courses online, thanks to a new partnership...

28 Jul 2021

IHS fund offers Durban youth up to 50% scholarships for August intake

All students who enrol at the Durban campus for the July 2021 intake before Tuesday, 10 August who have been victims of Kwazulu-Natal's social upheaval, will be eligible for a scholarship of up to 50% of their fees towards their year of study...

27 Jul 2021

New learning platform to assist young Africans to reach their full potential

Full Potential has officially launched its online learning platform, which aims to develop one million young African leaders by 2025...

27 Jul 2021

Explore the working world with the Virtual Career Expo

Momentum Metropolitan will host a free Virtual Career Expo aimed at school-leavers from disadvantaged communities...

26 Jul 2021

Call for public to comment on 2023 school calendar

Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga has encouraged the public to comment on the proposed school calendar for the 2023 academic year...

26 Jul 2021

New law and leadership scholarship for UCT students

UCT recently launched the Everard and Joan MacFarlane Family Leadership Scholarship for law students...

By Nadia Krige 23 Jul 2021

"How do we start a movement to save the planet and stop climate change?" asked at Henley Africa Dean's dialogue

"How do we start a movement to save the planet and stop climate change?" This was the question that Henley Business School Africa dean and director Jon Foster-Pedley posed at the inaugural Henley Earth Dean's dialogue...

Issued by Henley Business School 1 day ago

Primary schools resume full-time classes

After more than a year of attending school on a rotational basis to curb the spread of Covid-19, all primary school learners are back in class on a full-time basis...

1 day ago

Serving humanity through knowledge and ideas...

Continuous skills development and training pertaining to customer service is becoming imperative, more so in the wake of a global pandemic that has heightened the voice of the customer...

Issued by Unisa Enterprise 2 days ago

KZN shopping centres answer SOS for learners at needy schools

SA Retail Properties-owned shopping centres in KwaZulu-Natal honoured their commitment for Mandela Day by answering an SOS for learners at needy schools...

2 days ago

The difference between blended and online learning

The world is evolving, and so is the way education is delivered. The past year has exposed us to different ways of learning, engaging, and collaborating...

Issued by Rosebank College 29 Jul 2021








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