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First Things First targets more students

Following its success last year, First Things First aims to test even more students this year. The 2017 campaign was launched in the Western...

Perceptions from abroad

Business administration students from the US's Rutgers University joined Brand South Africa at Constitution Hill this week to discuss South Africa's standing from a...
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Tuta-Me: connecting learners with tutors by cellphone

With a touch of a few buttons on their cellphones, learners in South Africa have access to tutors through the Tuta-Me app.Melissa Javan More than...
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Female and rural farmers focus of agro-processing conference

Insight into the training offered to emerging farmers at Buhle Farmers' Academy, as well as the potential of indigenous crops to bring food security...

Bokamoso brings exceptional students to join Brand South Africa at Constitution Hill

KwaZulu-Natal students Chirinda Takunda ,Yolanda Mvinjelwa, and Zinhle Shange rewarded for their selfless work in their communities. (Image: Mathiba Molefe)On Friday 12 August Brand...

Ikusasa’s exceptional students join Brand SA at Constitution Hill

Mathiba MolefeKwaZulu-Natal students Chirinda Takunda ,Yolanda Mvinjelwa, and Zinhle Shange rewarded for their selfless work in their communities. (Image: Mathiba Molefe)On Friday 12 August...

Brand South Africa introduces the Constitution to students from Georgia State University

Brand South Africa today brought together MBA students from Georgia State University in the United States and the Bokamoso Youth Entrepreneurship and Mentorship programme...
Research conference to find ways to drive the economy

Research conference to find ways to drive the economy

With the theme "Driving South Africa’s Industrial Development Agenda", South Africa is to host its first Economic Research Advisory Network conference in East London later in March to find ways to boost the country's economy.

Zuma to discuss fees impasse with university students and management

With the South African government affirming its commitment to education funding, President Jacob Zuma is set to meet university management and student leaders on Friday to discuss the countrywide stalemate over fee increases.

Students call for more practical courses

Students thumbStudents across the world are calling on universities to bridge the gap between the academic and working environments. South African students, in particular, want corporates to step in and help develop courses catering for their particular fields.

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