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Skills Training & Development

    Students now have access to an unlimited number of courses

    GLOBAL education technology company Cengage has launched a first-to-market subscription service for textbooks for South African higher education institutions. The company says the subscription service, Cengage Unlimited for Institutions (CUI), allows students...

    Stellenbosch Business School – a New Era, a New Identity

    This is an exciting moment for us at Stellenbosch Business School as we launch our new identity and vision, and enter a new strategic phase. We say a fond farewell to...

    Freedom to learn: Why distance learning is changing the game

    OVER the last few decades, our country has come a long way. Literacy rates have increased from 82.4% to 95%, according to data from UNESCO. In 1994, 58% of public-school learners...

    Boosting SMMEs and driving youth employment – can’t have one without the other

    IN support of economic recovery and to boost youth employment, the government has proposed R5.2 billion in tax relief while the Department of Small Business Development has announced plans to support...

    Labour, government and industry need to drive skills development

    The focus of organised labour, as well as the public and private sector needs to shift towards developing the proficiencies of the vast number of unskilled workers in the country. Instilling...

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    Closure of Tiger Brands’ Langeberg and Ashton canning fruit factory spells...

    Agri SA is deeply concerned about the recent commencement of a consultation period after Tiger Brands gave notice of its intention to close down its canning...

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