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Image: Charity book sale at Gardens Centre starts Monday 20 June Wola Nani fund-raiser for two weeks till Sunday 3 July

A charity book sale supporting Wola Nani will be held in the Gardens Centre from Monday 20 June. The pop-up fundraiser will see ardent readers, film fundi’s and music aficionados convene for a good cause, with book, CD and DVD proceeds going to support the NGO’s work with women, orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) affected by the AIDS crisis.   Read More...

ALL THE NEWS , Education, Health
Image: Motivation, the key to performance improvement in the workplace Rosebank College has initiated the Education Wellness Programme, which focuses on a healthy mind and attitude, fundamental to making happy employees

31 May 2016:  Happy employees make all the difference in ensuring that companies meet their targets and that staff retention and productivity remain high.   Read More...

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Image: Early Childhood Development - from BRIDGE It Was the Best of Times ﹣ Exciting Developments in ECD

It is an exciting time for the Early Childhood Development (ECD) sector with the approval of the National Integrated Policy for ECD, the registration of the Level 4 Occupational Certificate: ECD Practitioner and the launch of the very first South African Early Childhood Review.   Read More...

Department of Basic Education should act urgently to address school dropout (Cape Town, 31 May, 2016)

 “The Department of Basic Education needs to act urgently to address the crisis in education for over 60% of youth who drop out of school without any school leaving qualification and little prospect of finding meaningful employment”, Robyn Beere, Director, Inclusive Education South Africa, said at a roundtable discussion hosted by the Catholic Parliamentary Liaison Office (CPLO) in Cape Town today.   Read More...

Image: Teaching through, not with technology Lloyd Gedye 27 May 2016

The success or failure of introducing technology into the classroom often rests with the teacher who is tasked with integrating it into their teaching methodology. Placing technology in a classroom is only the first step, and won’t in itself necessarily produce effective results.

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Image: WHAT WILL BRING THE NEXT REAL CHANGE IN SOUTH AFRICA? THE DG MURRAY TRUST LAUNCHES A POWERFUL PSA. What can ordinary citizens and small groups of people do that can create real change and have large scale impact?
Although there are various ways to improve South Africa, evidence from around the world shows that one thing – more than anything else – can lead to greater equality, better education and health outcomes; a stronger economy and a better society with less crime and public violence. That is: investing in the early development and wellbeing of children.   Read More...

HEADLINES, Education, Wildlife Conservation
Image: Deep-sea trawl operators and WWF-SA team up to tackle fishy issues The South African Deep Sea Trawling Industry Association (SADSTIA) has teamed up with conservation organisation, WWF South Africa (WWF-SA), to dramatically improve the management of at least 12 non-target fish species that are caught alongside hake in the offshore demersal trawl fishery.   Read More...

ALL THE NEWS , Education, Employment
Image: Stoogle Hits the Road, Jack Local Cape Town Start-up Stoogle embarks on a 20-day roadshow to offer free workshops and career advice to South African students.

On the 23rd of May 2016, a small team will leave Stoogle’s head offices in Salt River, Cape Town to begin a road trip long the coast of South Africa. The team will visit over 30 schools and chat to more than 16 000 high school learners about career decisions, tertiary studies, and the online portals that Stoogle has built, free to use for the learners.   Read More...

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Image: The LifeXchange Team  - Is Mentoring Obsolete? What role can one-one-one, long-term relationships play in today's fast-paced, immediate gratification, 21st century society?

The Case for Mentoring - When unlimited information is literally at our fingertips, is it really so necessary to spend the time getting to know an older, wiser, more experienced 'mentor' in our lives? Cobus shares insights from his research to give you his answer.   Read More...

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Image: PenBev supports day out for pupils a valuable learning opportunity for children to get a new perspective on what they are taught in class

It was a sunny and enjoyable day out of the classroom and there were smiles all round as the children and teachers explored the park with delight. Some of the youngsters hurried quickly past the snake cages and other reptiles on display.   Read More...

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Image: 2016 is our Capture the Magic year We reflect on the 12 years that TSiBA has Ignited Opportunity and social change.

To date, our current Bachelor’s degree (BBA) Alumni will have (conservatively estimated) pumped over R1.7bn into the economy over their lifetimes. Pretty cool in an environment where 8.3 million people are jobless and over 60% of their peers are unemployed. It is possible to offer all South Africa’s talent an open door to the biggest single changer of futures – entrepreneurial education.   Read More...

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Image: Already term 1 is over! It has been a wild start to the year but a start I am feeling very proud of.

Our projects are now ticking over nicely, our facilitators are receiving incredibly valuable training and on site support, we’ve managed to monitor our children’s reading age and spelling ability (to be repeated twice more during the year) and we’ve already upgraded 2 of our school venues. All our children are eating nutritious meals and already I can see a difference in their well being.  So if I say so myself…. GO ANNA FOUNDATION GO!   Read More...

Image: With Passion Commitment and Hard Work anything is possible

IkamvaYouth launched the Community Collaboration Programme (CCP) in 2014, which was established to connect with, train, and support other after-school organisations who share the same goal of enabling young South Africans to pass matric, access post-school opportunities, and secure gainful employment.   Read More...

Image: Teaching rural kids life skills through drama

Farm children in the Western Cape have recently benefited from a complete life-skills programme designed by the Anna Foundation, with the assistance of well-known drama therapist Amelda Brand, which makes use of the dramatic idiom and drama games.

COMPANY NEWS , Education
Image: Dimension Data Turning the Wheels of Education With Bicycles They are in partnership with the City of Jo’burg & Qhubeka, delivers 55 brand new Qhubeka Buffalo Bicycles to high school students in Soweto.

The bicycle distribution is part of the ongoing Urban Scholar Bicycle Programme – a partnership between City of Jo’burg and Qhubeka, which aligns with the city’s goals of sustainable development and Qhubeka’s vision of building communities of excellence powered by bicycles.   Read More...

Parliament Should Act Urgently to Mandate Inclusive Education (Johannesburg, March 13, 2016)

Parliament should urgently address the crisis in inclusive education affecting children with disabilities, Inclusive Education South Africa, SECTION27, Human Rights Watch and the Dullah Omar Institute, University of the Western Cape said today. The groups were responding to President Jacob Zuma’s statement at the national Disability Rights Summit on March 10, 2016, and statements by the Department of Basic Education on March 8.   Read More...

Image: Growing beyond poverty by Lee-Anne Davidson - Published in the WineLand Magazine : February 2016

Each One Reach One and Teach One. This can be said of the Anna Foundation, born out of one woman’s desire to assist disadvantaged schools, and providing after-school support to children living on farms in the Western Cape.   Read More...

Image: Ten students lives change for the better Student accommodation at South African Universities has reached crisis point

This leaves students at risk of being financially exploited by landlords, as well as exposing them to various risks. Because of a generous matriarch and her daughters sponsoring a new student residence ten scholarship students’ lives have been changed forever.   Read More...

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Image: Nal'ibali launches powerful PSA this International Mother Languages Day Nal’ibali has produced a powerful public service announcement that illustrates the breakdown of books available per language.

Highlighting the critical lack of books available in all African languages to children in South Africa, Nal’ibali, the national reading-for-enjoyment campaign, has produced a powerful public service announcement that illustrates the breakdown of books available per language and calls for support for African language reading materials for children. The video has been developed in recognition of International Mother Languages Day on Sunday, 21 February.   Read More...

Image: Tertiary Scholarships Ignite Opportunity for SA Youth There is a gaping need in South Africa for free, sustainable education which is certainly not a new phenomenon.

“Inclusive, good-quality education is a foundation for dynamic and equitable societies” Arch D.Tutu

The harsh reality in South Africa is that not everyone can access tertiary study due to socio-economic constraints and the standard of basic education. For this very reason, over a decade ago, four individuals came together with a common belief that by providing educational opportunities and increasing access to education we could fill this gap and hasten the transformation period in our fledgling democracy.   Read More...

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