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Education, best described as the process of imparting or receiving knowledge, is one of the highest priorities on the global agenda. Across the world, government and the department of education are working to eradicate illiteracy in order to emancipate impoverished people groups. Below you'll find a variety of educational content on online learning, tvet colleges, higher education, gde admissions, tertiary education, inclusive education and more. Also find the latest stories on Blade Nzimande and Angie Motshekga.


It's no secret that the world of higher education is moving into the digital space.


Umalusi has condemned websites selling fake matric certificates to the public.

 


With the holidays almost over and preliminary exams on the horizon, Grade 12s are on the cusp of entering one of the most stressful periods in their school careers.

 


Introducing more skilled employees into the economy is an important path to development for many middle income countries.


Only 26% of graduates finish their three-year degrees. This is according to the recently released and audited Vital Stats Public Higher Education 2016 report, which finds that the number of students who drop out of higher education institutions has increased to staggering proportions.


False Bay TVET College friends and family bid farewell to eight (8) students who departed on a yearlong exchange programme in collaboration with the Chinese Culture and International Education Exchange Centre and MerSETA.


A KwaZulu-Natal woman has won the opportunity of a lifetime – a chance to study at one of the world’s leading educational establishments. 36 year old Viraksha Chetty, a student at REGENT Business School,


Gone are the days when children went to school, came home, made a peanut butter sandwich and went to play with the neighbourhood kids! Cindy Glass, Director and Co-founder of Step Up Education Centres explains “Children are naturally high-energy beings and very little thought


Over the past few decades most advanced countries have witnessed two striking reversals of the gender gap.


Boston City Campus & Business College awarded accreditation with the British Accreditation Council for Independent Further and Higher Education in the United Kingdom.

 

 


How do you keep students motivated? You can start by addressing the possible barriers to learning. 


The traditional approach to education must be revolutionised in order to ensure the best outcomes for the current generation of school children, who are increasingly being called Generation Alpha.


The University of Cape Town’s Faculty of Law has received confirmation of full accreditation for its LLB programme by the Council on Higher Education (CHE).


In the 1960s, the business school landscape in South Africa was a different animal to what it is today. Back then there were just two schools in operation. 


A total of 262 apprentices are already undergoing training this year with a further intake of 40 apprentices and interns beginning their training on the 15th of July in a variety of different fields.


Branding no longer focuses on humanising products. It primarily looks to influence people through other people they know, like and trust.


The first impact investment course for lawyers in South Africa is launching at the University of Cape Town’s Graduate School of Business (GSB) - aimed at increasing knowledge and promoting opportunities in the field of impact investment.


The term “business management’ is broad based and refers to a range of skills and job opportunities.


Despite their best efforts, many learners and students currently writing their mid-year exams are having to face up to the fact that their performance on papers written thus far isn’t what they hoped it would be. There is however still time to get back on track, and they should guard against catastrophizing their current situation, an education expert says.


Women underestimate how much networking can help them in their careers, boosting their chances of promotion and climbing the career ladder, writes Kumeshnee West, Director of Executive Education at the UCT Graduate School of Business.

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