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FOOT SOLDIERS AND BOARDS Having a seat on a board is about a whole lot more than just power and privilege. Being qualified and displaying integrity are essential for the role.
I have started 2017 with hope because of the calibre of people in South Africa who, at the end of last year (and at great personal and professional risk), stood up and shared what
14 Feb 2017
LEARNING MUST RISE January 2016 started with a clear indication that the student disturbances are not over… and events since then have made it clear that they are likely to be with us for the foreseeable future
At least one man near the centre of the university fees storm anticipated it. When interviewed by this observer in November 2015, Adam Habib, Vice-Chancellor of the University of
08 Nov 2016
MONASH SOUTH AFRICA Professor Alwyn Louw, Academic President, Monash South Africa
What are the challenges of being a private institution? In the South African context the academic credibility and integrity of private institutions stand central. Private
24 Aug 2016
HIGHER EDUCATION Prof Narend Baijnath, CEO Council on Higher Education (CHE)
Please could you share some background on the work of the Council? The CHE as an independent statutory body has three core functions: advising the Minister of Higher
18 Aug 2016
EDUCATION Mr Ari Katz, CEO, Boston City Campus & Business College
What are the challenges of being a private institution? Private institutions are operating in a very regulated space without access to public funding of any sort. This requires
16 Aug 2016
Leaders of the future Growing young leaders in SA
LEADER OF TOMORROW:  SANRAL Project Manager in training John Rammutla is behind South Africa’s second annual Youth Conference that was held this week in Port Elizabeth.  Rammutla believes the youth of SA.
15 Jun 2016
Press Release Will Africa be digitally relevant in the next 10 years?
By 2025, jobs which were common place in 2015 will no longer exist. Students graduating in 2016, will have obsolete qualifications for which there will no longer be a profession
12 Apr 2016 - W. H.
Building a competent workforce The chemical industry Seta is creating a Job ready workforce through digital platforms and partnerships
The Chemical Industries Education and Training Authority (CHIETA) has declared its commitment to bringing students, graduates and employers together to strengthen the South
08 Apr 2016
EDUCATION The role of MOOCs in education
With the ever-increasing cost of attaining quality university education, many students are finding it near-impossible to study at university when they leave school, despite having all the necessary credentials.
30 Oct 2013




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