New education programme creates more employable youth

South Africa’s youth unemployment problem has consistently been ranked as one of the worst in the world.* As we observe World Youth Skills Day...

SA medical students graduate from Cuba

By– SAnews.gov.za Minister in the Presidency, Dr Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma, says the medical graduates from the Nelson Mandela-Fidel Castro (NMFC) programme in Cuba is a...

Minister Naledi Pandor holds an Indaba with the student leaders on Leadership, Values and...

Meeting will begin with a presentation on trends and statistics emanating from a report on student social behaviors on campuses The Minister of Higher Education...

SA: HRDC meeting kicks off with focus on skilling youth

Deputy President David Mabuza has called on the youth to take up skills that will develop and serve the needs of the economy. The Deputy...

SA must embrace 4th Industrial Revolution to remain competitive

South Africa needs to embrace the advent of the Fourth Industrial Revolution or risk being less competitive globally, says Deputy President David Mabuza. The Deputy...

SA: Government considers implementing coding in schools

Government will consider introducing computer coding in South Africa’s education system, Communications Deputy Minister Pinky Kekana said on Wednesday. “The time has come for us...

Change agricultural colleges, says Minister

Agriculture Minister Senzeni Zokwana says agricultural colleges should be reconfigured as this would allow them to help to respond to challenges facing the sector,...

SA: NSFAS students can now update contact details online

National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) funded students, who wish to update or change their contact details, can now do it online. NSFAS has added...

SA: Companies urged to employ young graduates

President Cyril Ramaphosa has called on companies to go out of their way to employ young graduates as a way of growing the economy. “On...

Two Bard College Students Win Prestigious Study Abroad Scholarships for 2018

Two Bard College students were awarded a highly competitive Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship by the U.S. Department of State. Dance major Emma Lee...

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