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Flooring industry artisan training now vital

The Flooring Industry Training Association (FITA) has grown in membership and stature since it was formed in 2013 and is now a vital facility to safeguard the future of the flooring sector, Tandy...

Class of 2016 urged to opt for vocational training

The resurgence of violent #FeesMustFall protests in 2016, following the Minister of Higher Education’s announcement of an 8% university fee increase for 2017, has created concern amongst matriculants about their studies...

Train and develop your team for competitive edge

In the fluid business landscape, training and development is essential. Business leaders need to recognise the value in employee training and development – it might be seen as time-consuming or costly...

WC officials to receive training on economic zones in China

Two Western Cape officials departed for China on Friday to attend training on Special Economic Zones (SEZs). Mr Michael Webster from the Green Cape Sector Development Agency, and  Ms Lelanie Abraham from...

Mind Dynamix offers growth, leadership and teamwork training

“For explosive professional growth, superior leadership and effective teamwork, apply today for the Mind Dynamix Profiler Training.” Mind Dynamix says that it is no longer about the survival of the fittest, it...

Coatings industry vehemently opposed to scrapping of seta system

The government's dictatorial attitude towards training has been a major obstacle towards the upliftment of skills in industry and business and new legislation now proposed by the Department of Higher Education...

Seed Academy opens in Cape Town – offers R2.4m of free training for entrepreneurs

Seed Academy is offering entrepreneurial training in both Cape Town and Johannesburg and has more than R2.4m of sponsored training available for early stage tech and women entrepreneurs. Applications are open with...

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Over R100-billion to be invested in data centres in South Africa 

By Larry Claasen Amazon Web Services (AWS) plans to invest R46-billion in Cape Town by 2029. THE setting up of hyperscale data centres in South Africa...

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