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Thousands of Students Tested for HIV

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The government’s voluntary HIV testing and counselling campaign – First Things First – has reached at least 21 000 tertiary students at 17 universities across the country since its launch in Johannesburg on Valentine’s Day, 14 February. View [+]
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GSB Rules Africa

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UCT's Graduate School of Business (GSB) was rated the Best Business School in Africa for the third consecutive year at the Eduniversal 3rd Global Convention of the Best Business Schools, held recently in Prague, Czech Republic. The school was also re-warded 5 Palmes, Eduniversal's highest honour for international reputation. View [+]
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"Poverty did not stop me"

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A man who started Grade 6 at the age of 24, hoping to escape a life of poverty, has exceeded his own expectations and graduated with a national diploma in building. Mzuvukile "Singesi" Mlandelwa, now 36, grew up in Lusikisiki in the Eastern Cape. In 1989, he had to leave school when he was only in Grade 5. View [+]
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The Survivors' Guide to First Year

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The world experts on how to survive and thrive as first-year university students are ... this year's second years. Here they share their advice for grade 12s who aim to be on campus next year. View [+]
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Hip Hop and Higher Ed: 10 MCs With College Degrees

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Many of the best known and mostpopular MC's in the world—Gucci Mane, Lil Wayne, Wale, Talib Kweli, Dead Prez, Paul Wall, Game, and, famously, Kanye West—all enrolled in college but never completed their degrees. But rappers who stayed in school and found success as artists do exist. Here are 10 top-notch MCs—including some of the biggest in the history of hip hop—who earned bachelor's degrees. View [+]
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Could Google's New Social Network Actually Improve Our Social Lives?

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Google has officially challenged Facebook to a duel. Google+ is the company's new social network that operates suspiciously like Facebook, with a major difference: It emphasizes small groups and privacy. After a little research, I predict it might be the very first social network to actually improve our social lives. View [+]
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SA Unemployment Rate Falls to 24%

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Stats SA released the Labour Force Survey (LFS) for Q4 2010 today. The LFS is a quarterly household survey specifically designed to measure the dynamics of employment and unemployment in South Africa, including the informal sector as well as small-scale subsistence farmers. View [+]
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Extra Maths Lessons Now on MXIT

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Parents who scold children for playing on their cellphones instead of doing homework, take note - they might actually be learning something. View [+]
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New & Online Media Job Opportunities and Trends. Study for the Jobs That SA Needs

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Obviously we are well aware that this infographic depicts research conducted in the US, but with the world increasingly becoming "glocal" it is a fair addumption to predict the course of both the education and job markets in South Africa in the years to come. So, for all you forward-thinkers looking for the next gap in the market, dissect this very informative infographic. View [+]
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Why Is It So Hard To Put Imagination Back Into Schools?

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When you were a kid, you didn't need anybody to tell you how to use your imagination. You made up imaginary friends and spent your time designing LEGO rocket ships that traveled the galaxy without any prompting. And then you started school, and you probably had a teacher tell you to stop daydreaming—stop imagining—in class. You also learned that far from being allowed to think up multiple creative solutions, there was only one right answer to a test question, and if you bubbled it in correctly on a Scantron form, you'd get an A. View [+]

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