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Through a series of partnerships Northlink College is helping students
thrive by offering training in the renewable energy sector. "In today?s world,
renewable energy training is vital for the continued employability of students,
as well as being essential for the environment."

As we enter the 21st century, the business world is finally starting to realize
that intelligence is a far broader concept and there are in fact multiple
intelligences, all important in their own right.

Sizwe Shiba, a beneficiary of the seven month Fasset-funded Phadisa
Academic Programme for Commerce study has been given an
opportunity to realise his dream of becoming a school teacher.

With the aim of help individuals develop their talents and abilities in the
engineering sector City and Guilds has joined forces with the African Academy to
form an international partnership.

Is your organisation saving lives or costing them? If your company operates in the transport sector you cannot afford to jeopardise the safety of road users, or risk damaging your reputation permanently.

Emotional intelligence is the non-cognitive skills and competencies we need to successfully communicate and interact with people in our daily lives. This is particularly important in a business setting.

The bulk of the population?s food needs are sourced locally from raw materials which means that South Africa?s food and beverage sector offers many opportunities to aspiring entrepreneurs and those who were willing to learn the ropes.

Research shows that one in three finance professionals around the world has
faced pressure to act unethically. In response CIMA has launched its ethical
scenario tool for today?s business people.

Hundreds of deserving students in South Africa are being recruited to join a
tuition-free programme offered by the University of the People, as part of its
aims to expand access to tertiary education.

Global food scarcity concerns have made South Africa?s food and beverage
(FandB) sector a vital area for increased activity in mergers and acquisitions
(MandA), writes Alastair Cross, owner of Cross Skills Development.

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