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As the 2017 cohort of South African matriculants live out their final school days and consider their options as the newest wave of young adults, they are being challenged by a popular social media campaign to show the country that they have the power to create change.

“Where do you see yourself in 5 years’ time?’ This is one of those standard interview questions that always gets asked. But when was the last time you actually sat down and thought about this question with regards to your own life and career?

Progression partners with NPO Siyakwazi in community development initiative.

INTEC College staff dedicated their time to serve food to the homeless through their food drive initiative titled ‘Fill the Gap’ at the Milnerton Lighthouse and the Grand Parade in Cape Town City respectively.

When the light bulb dies, do you trash the whole lamp? Hopefully not. It’s the same with employees.

What do you do when you’ve identified a short course that will expand your personal and professional skills, but you don’t have the money to fund it? If you’re working at a company, then this is how you can convince your employer to pay for your studies.

False Bay TVET College hosted its most successful Open Day yet on 18 and 19 August 2017. Hosted across the College’s five campuses, the programme featured two days of exhibitions and activities for young and old.

The evolution of the plastics industry over the last 10 - 20 years has been rather substantial, and in the coming decade, manufacturing pressures will only intensify further as plastics manufacturers ability to reinvent themselves remains pivotal both for the survival of the industry and for consumers ever growing appetite for better products.

There is a South African proverb that reads “a fool is a wise man’s ladder.” South Africans are privileged to live in a country with so many diverse cultures.

“Dialogue should simply be a sound among other sounds, just something that comes out of the mouths of people whose eyes tell the story in visual terms.” 

Like everyone else, I can’t believe it is the beginning of September. As we hurtle towards Q4 - if you are involved in the training department of your organisation, now is usually crunch time.

There has been a marked increased in the number of schools and learners participating in this year’s National Accounting Olympiad due to a growing interest in the Accountancy Profession as well as massive

The Cape Town Recovery Film Festival returns for its 5th year, continuing its focus on films exploring themes of addiction, mental health issues and recovery.

Watching a video production can mean different things to different people. Maybe to you, watching a video is more than just about enjoying it, and you can envision the ‘behind the scenes’ production that went into it.

The role of journalists in the modern world is becoming more and more crucial. There are so many social economic issues that society has to deal with in the age of technology and constant transformation.

The 21st Century has been characterised by fundamental changes in both business and society. Such changes provided the central context within which the King committee set out to draft King IV and have influenced its content an approach.

Dermatech graduate, Nancy Anne Zaayman aspires to make her mark as a professional hairstylist

In South Africa the adjudication process has not been legislated, however each of the standard form contracts prescribed by the Construction Industry Development Board (“CIDB”) contain an adjudication procedure as a dispute resolution mechanism.

Ever had that desire or drive to do something self-enriching or even to step out of your comfort zone and learn a different vocation? You’d be surprised by the liberty that comes with the discovery of something new.

A passionate CityVarsity Journalism and Digital Media graduate Carly-Beth Haydricks is armed with a pen in her hand, ready to take on the media world by storm.

Years of experience in training and developing senior and executive level management all over places like Cape Town, Durban, Johannesburg, and Pretoria as well as internationally, taught me that by following a workshop strategy approach and doing regular team alignment works best.

Educor’s revolutionary Academic Advising Centre (AAC), which launched in May 2016, celebrates its first-year milestone having assisted over 60 000 students. The centre commemorated this momentous day through a celebratory cake cutting ceremony at their offices recently.

The 2017 students in their final year of school are more than half way there. Each of them will be anxious about their upcoming exams, but also seriously pondering their futures.

We take a look at why Mental Health in the workplace is so important and discuss the the proactive measures organisations can take in managing and addressing mental health.

Choosing your career is arguably one of the most important and defining moments of your life.

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