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Milpark Education launches the National Certificate in Generic Management Milpark Education’s College has launched a new online accredited qualification, the National Certificate in Generic Management. The course launches on 24 January 2017 - where classes for the first module will commence - and runs until 4 July, 2018. The National…
The report offers a comprehensive overview of the South Africa Preservatives market. As conducting extensive research on the South Africa Preservatives market is rigorous for enterprises, the report serves as a helpful guide by offering detailed analysis of the market and takes note of the various factors affecting the growth…
Out of 153 pupils at Dinoto Technical Secondary School, 100 percent achieved entry to write final examinations. The principal of the school, Mr TJ White gave credit to the hard-working learners and Global Maths, an organisation specialising in assisting learners from disadvantaged communities from Daveyton.   The principal of the…
Monday, 31 October 2016 12:15

Samsung Programme Empowers Female Technicians

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JOHANNESBURG, South Africa – October, 2016 – In the electronics repair industry, a field where 99% of employees are men, Samsung Electronics South Africa has begun making inroads into these numbers with its Samsung Women Technical Programme. The first 16 graduates of what will be an ongoing programme have recently…
For the fifth consecutive year, BIC® is currently visiting schools across Gauteng on its educational roadshow. This year, the stationery brand continues its efforts towards improving the quality of education in our schools with the message: ‘If You Can Dream It, You Can Be It’. The aim is to motivate…
Angel-Grams.com is a website developed by a South African PhD student that allows you to reconnect with your deceased  loved ones - a year after they have passed on!  This world first website allows living users to store final goodbye messages and delivers it to grieving friends and family after they die.  Unlike…
Friday, 07 October 2016 14:24

Lorge Invests in Children with Learning Disabilities

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Archbishop Desmond Tutu put it best when he said, “Do your little bit of good where you are, it’s those bits of good put together that overwhelm the world.”This pearl of wisdom shared by retired Anglican Bishop, internationally-respected social activist, advocate of world-peace and winner of the Nobel Peace Prize…
Grey Africa and the NGO Community Led Animal Welfare (CLAW) launched a children’s book, Zee Rescues a Friend, to the children of Durban Deep on Saturday 17 September. The book tells the story of a boy, Zee, who saves a dog tied up on a short chain. The story is…
Thursday, 29 September 2016 12:09

Steyn City School in a league of its own

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Steyn City School in a league of its own September 2016 - Although the South African private education sector is dominated by a number of well-known private brands which have gained credibility through their offering, Steyn City’s Board has announced that the highly anticipated Steyn City School will be a…
Mzamo Masito to lecture on a short course on Marketing Communication Issues in  Multicultural Markets (MCIMM) at the AAA An intimate knowledge of the various segments in a multi-cultural society is a key to marketing success. Marketing communication takes place in the dynamic arena of popular culture, which requires an up-to- date…
Tuesday, 27 September 2016 09:23

Open Day at AAA School of Advertising

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The AAA School of Advertising will be hosting its final Open Day of the year at its campuses in Cape Town and Johannesburg. The Cape Town Campus Open Day takes place on Saturday 1 st October from 09h30, while Johannesburg will host prospective students on the 8 th October from 09h30. Young and…
[Sep 2016] Like any business, educational institutions are increasingly dependent on the internet and technology to conduct daily activities, from online learning and test platforms, to storing sensitive student and employee information.  A data breach or cyber-attack can compromise this confidential information or even prevent access to vital online services, leading to reputational…
Total South Africa, through Bakwena Platinum Corridor Concessionaire, operator of the N1N4 highway, has donated seven Road Safety Cubes to primary schools along its route, to teach children the importance of road safety. Bakwena is sponsoring all training sessions and implementation activities. The Cube road safety programme, an initiative of…
DURBAN, SOUTH AFRICA, SEPTEMBER 01, 2016 South Africa’s only Specialist Child Investigation and Training Company is launching a new app called “The Guardian Schools Anonymous Reporting APP”. The app is designed to facilitate anonymous reporting by all stakeholders – learners, teachers, parents and anyone directly involved with a school. Marc…
Tuesday, 23 August 2016 11:21

Oxbridge Academy partners with ADvTECH Group

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Johannesburg, Monday, 22 August – Oxbridge Academy today announced it has entered into a partnership with ADvTECH Group, South Africa’s leading private education holdings group, with established education brands and recruitment brands. Commenting on the announcement today, Oxbridge Managing Director Barend van den Berg said: “The partnership allows for Oxbridge…

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