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In the business of funerals and family Edwin Anderson, the founder and CEO of Zororo-Phumulani, discusses funerals, finance, and helping the people during one of the most emotional periods of their lives
Anderson was born in Harare, Zimbabwe in the early 1980s to a driver and a janitor. Life wasn’t easy and his parents struggled to afford schooling. Anderson says that
11 Apr 2019
Towerstone Institute of leadership Academic heavyweights join towerstone institute of leadership
In January 2019, TowerStone (PTY) Ltd signed a 52% equity deal with Professor John Volmink and Professor Elias Links and in so doing, added a wealth of academic and adult
14 Mar 2019
Reviving South Africa’s economy Proudly South African was born out of the 1998 Presidential Jobs Summit, which was convened by the late former President Nelson Mandela.
Proudly South African was born out of the 1998 Presidential Jobs Summit, which was convened by the late former President Nelson Mandela. Local procurement was identified as a
12 Mar 2019
Education Matriculants must prepare for career paths altered by AI
Many in the matric class of 2018 are currently weighing up their options for the future. With the country’s high unemployment rate casting a shadow on their opportunities,
06 Feb 2019
Paragon sets the architectural excellence standard The Paragon Group has established itself as one of South Africa’s premier architecture firms over the last 21 years
The Paragon Group has established itself as one of South Africa’s premier architecture firms over the last 21 years, leading the way through innovation in architecture,
21 Jan 2019
A shining light in the education crisis NGO making a huge different in the lives of learners—by supporting the teachers
The SACTWU Edufundi project (formerly Edupeg) was established in 1998 and last year alone offered support to 286 teachers who look after 12 200 learners in 48 schools across four
27 Nov 2018
85% of South African students aspire to go onto university 85% of South African students aspire to go onto university and follow traditional careers, according to new global research
85% of South African students aspire to go to university Most still aspire to pursue traditional, well respected careers as doctors, dentists, engineers and
21 Nov 2018
Online learning changing the face of education and training
Technology disrupts by its very nature. This is evident in many sectors where UBER, the biggest competitor to metered taxis - doesn’t own any vehicles. The hospitality
21 Nov 2018
Editor's Note Education for the nation
Technology continues to play an increasingly prominent role in how children are educated, with bright-eyed primary school learners who are being exposed to computer science from
19 Nov 2018 - G. S.
Education Technology and innovation in education
Education is one of South Africa’s top three national priorities. In fact, the National Development Plan cites education, training and innovation as being central to the
19 Nov 2018




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