Fasset applauds Guarantee Trust Corporate Support Services for a landmark empowerment deal.
The Institute of Waste Management of Southern Africa (IWMSA) has re-developed their IWMSA Recognised Waste Management Training Programme and will be launching the new curriculum in September 2015.
Accounting professionals must develop skills not traditionally associated with the profession. This means graduates who convert non-commerce degrees to accounting, could be better placed to thrive in business environments in which turbulence is the new normal.
Generation Y – also known as millennials – are fast infiltrating management positions.
Oakfields College will host an Open Day at the Pretoria campus on 5 September.
Major cost overruns on any construction project are frequently due to poor forecasting of the costs and inherent risks in a contract at tender stage.
Fasset decides to “test the waters” to see how TVET learners perform in the finance and accounting sector.
Would you like to become an artisan? There is a huge demand for qualified artisans in South Africa and now is a good time to pursue this line of work.
It’s an exciting time for online tertiary education as Africa’s top university, the University of Cape Town (UCT), endeavours to make more and more opportunities for lifelong learning available to working professionals across Africa.
Behaviour is at the forefront of large system implementation according to Bizmod MD Seugnet van den Berg.
Are you aware that out of 15 clients who receive poor service from your company, only one is likely to complain? The other 14 simply take their business elsewhere.
In this always-connected world where anyone is just a click of a button away, too many of us are concentrating on the button instead of the customer.
IndigoCube has announced the availability of its Web Application Security Assessment (WASA) service, designed to identify specific vulnerabilities in websites and web-based applications, and then to provide pragmatic remediation actions to correct and avoid future occurrences of the detected vulnerabilities.
Shocking statistics reveal that women are still getting the “short end of the stick” in the workplace.
Technology enabled learning is a major buzz term at the moment, with everyone from public to private schools and higher education institutions trying to get in on the action.
IndigoCube has announced that Godfrey Kutumela, a leading industry security expert, has been appointed to head up its security division.
Dale Carnegie Training provides three steps for leaders to improve the sphere of influence in the workplace
When a country’s economy is challenged, business becomes difficult for most industries – perhaps, most of all for the sales industry, which relies on the economic position of its clients.
President Jacob Zuma has encouraged young women to choose fields like research, science and technology and other currently male-dominated fields as their career disciplines.
An exciting new partnership is revolutionising access to innovative teacher training methods.
The Cortex Hub, a technology incubator, research lab and entrepreneurial hub in East London’s Industrial Development Zone, announced it will hold a 72-hour women’s hackathon from.
CTU Training Solutions now offers a new-to-market, groundbreaking cyber security training course and certification.
In terms of potential for excitement and career advancement, few industries hold as much promise as the IT industry.
Peter Walsh, Group CFO of Servest, has identified “expanding into Africa” as one of the most stressful element to his work. The adroit CFO now has to grapple with new technologies, new information platforms and shifting markets.
Science and Technology Minister Naledi Pandor says science centres are important as they stimulate the imagination of the youth to help them visualise a future that they want.
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