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In today’s challenging economy, many parents are taking on further studies, often in an effort to better provide for their families after graduating.
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Companies that are obliged by law to contribute to the country’s Skills Development Fund (SDF) through paying the mandatory Skills Development Levy will find a...
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In a bid to continue celebrating and recognising the efforts of young people doing great things post 1976, South African Millennials have the potential to create...
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There’s a great story about how an employee at one of the famous American Trader Joe’s stores went the extra mile in terms of service,
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“In-house or outsourced?” is a question at the top of Learning and Development Manager's minds. Representatives of diverse sectors such as FMCG's (fast moving...
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The grim situation of the education sector is not limited to South Africa and there is a global call for collective action between government, business and civil...
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Last year’s Matriculants, who form part of the Millennial generation, represent a new way of thinking, working and interacting in the workplace.
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I’m one of those people who prefers not replace stuff just because someone tells me it is time to do so. I like driving the same car until it’s really, really...
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Between 10 and 12 million young Africans enter the job market every year and yet the employment opportunities available are less than half of this number.
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The popularity of banking as a job of choice among South African business students has declined in 2015 compared to a year ago with students continuing to prefer...
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Many matriculates and tertiary graduates are now on the job hunt. Armed with enthusiasm and their new qualifications,
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This year is going to be dotted with increases, from inflation and interest rates to food and electricity prices set to rise.
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Students opting to study towards BCom and other business-related degrees at private higher education institutions are consistently and substantially increasing...
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In a difficult economic climate, the training and education budget is often one of the first areas of the business to suffer cutbacks.
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After weeks of anxious waiting, the matric results have finally been announced, with a pass rate of 70.7%.
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Students completing their studies this year will soon find themselves having to face the real world and some of its harsh challenges.
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Recent student protests across South Africa may have a negative impact on the already elevated rate of qualification fraud in South Africa.
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Without doubt, South Africa's academic institutions are following the global trend toward digitisation - and as such are becoming increasingly sophisticated and...
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Recent changes in the qualifications necessary to obtain an MBA have raised the standards required of prospective applicants by obligating them to complete the...
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During the final quarter of the year, tertiary students will be faced with the decision of whether or not to proceed with post-graduate studies.

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