Tag: Educational

Head’s up Africa. You’ve Been Phished

Of all the countries surveyed, Kenyans (75%) and South Africans (74%) were the most concerned about the risk of cyber crime JOHANNESBURG, South Africa, February 19, 2020/ — Key findings: 53% of Africans surveyed think that trusting emails from people…

How To Choose A Career Path After Matric

At a time when the country is in dire need of more teachers, the popular teacher training programme, Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE), is being discontinued at some higher education institutions. The good news is that the PGCE is still…

More Teachers To Cure Social And Economic ills

At a time when the country is in dire need of more teachers, the popular teacher training programme, Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE), is being discontinued at some higher education institutions. The good news is that the PGCE is still…

2020 Open Day Happy New Year!

Literature and jewish identity in Italy after the Holocaust After World War II, there was a significant shift in Italian literature relating to Jewish identity and culture. Italian writers for the first time, began to deeply explore the existence of…

Sustainable Design Award Calls For Forward Thinkers

Calling on all architectural practitioners to enter the AfriSam-SAIA Sustainable Design Award Sustainability should be the baseline in all design, and social inclusion should be a defining feature of South African architecture. In support of the all-important sustainability agenda, AfriSam…

Minister Ndabeni To Deliver An Opening Address At The 2019 FTTX

The Minister of Communications and Digital Technologies, Ms Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams, will deliver an opening address at the 2019 FTTX Council Africa Conference taking place on 8 October 2019 in Sandton. Organized by the FTTX Council, the conference is a premier…

Sunshine Cinema In Durban To Preview Documentary

Framed by two international Aids conferences in Durban, South Africa in 2000 and 2016, five HIV activists from around the world talk about what the HIV/AIDS movement has achieved, and highlight what remains to be done to ensure quality healthcare…

Developing Young Minds Through Reading

  Brooklyn Heights Primary School in Chatsworth, south of Durban, is the latest recipient of three mobile libraries ahead of International Literacy Day to be commemorated on 8 September. Professor Yusuf Karodia, founder of MANCOSA, a higher education institution in…

The 60 Minutes Fight Against Drug & Alcohol Abuse School Tour

  The 60 Minutes Fight Against Drug & Alcohol Abuse school tour was an incredible success again this year. The non-profit company took to the schools for the 8th time, an educational production for pupils and a once in a lifetime…

Graduates Move To Japan To Work As English Teachers

Fifty-two South African Graduates will leave for Japan on Saturday, 27 July as part of the Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) programme, which is aimed at enhancing foreign language education and promoting international exchange between Japanese and foreign youth. The…

The Marrow Of The City

  Emerging from the Creative Producers International program run by Bristol-based Watershed is the project Umongo wedolobha, loosely translated to The Marrow of the City. The project looks to insert a history of early black migrant workers in the city…

Durban School Celebrates Mandela Day

  Durban School celebrates Mandela Day with a “state of the art” Science Laboratory Learners at Nilgiri Secondary School in Mariannhill Pinetown, which actively promotes the study of science at the school, and who have up to now had to…

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