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website career paths Thabiso Ramabida and Nimrod Dube

Website gives direction to career paths, tertiary institutions

Two entrepreneurs from Johannesburg have created a career research platform to enable learners to find information on what and where to study, and also...

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...

Role of tertiary sector in shaping the nation brand

Sulaiman PhilipIn the ongoing Nation Brand Forum University Dialogues, a panel at the University of Pretoria (UP) spoke about the role of the tertiary...

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...

Young South Africans: This is how we do it

Many young South Africans begin their day answering a simple question. Whether its Twitter's "What's happening?" or Facebook's "What's on your mind?", the way...

Go For Gold from education to work

STUDENTS---thumbSchool pupils with an aptitude for maths and science are helped with their studies and personal growth to get into university. The mentoring does not stop there; the students are helped throughout their journey all the way to landing a job as a graduate.

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.

Task team to explore university funding in South Africa

Task team to explore university funding in South Africa

Funding, protests and transformation were discussed by President Jacob Zuma and the leadership of South African universities yesterday. Their meeting culminated in the president announcing that a task team would explore solutions to funding challenges.
New South African telescope to promote the sciences

New South African telescope to promote the sciences

A new telescope installed at North West University is expected to help find answers to some of the age-old questions humans ask, such as where do we come from. It will also be used in outreach efforts to inspire an interest among students and others in the sciences.

Innovation research needs more investment

To improve the economy, it is crucial to improve education and the number and level of maths and science graduates. They, in turn, need to be fed into the research and innovation sector, it was discussed at the launch of the South African Science, Technology and Innovation Indicators.

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