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Unisa committed to the education of future scientists

Unisa committed to the education of future scientists

University of South Africa (Unisa)

Unisa has partnered with the national Department of Science and Technology during National Science Week to promote the study of science amongst South African youth. View [+]
Tips to Maximise Your Personal Potential

Tips to Maximise Your Personal Potential

Student News

There are basically three types of people who choose to study: School leavers, people who are unhappy in their current jobs and those who want to climb the corporate ladder. All three types of people have one thing in common: A deep desire to improve and become better than they are today. View [+]
NMMU students in SAICA top 30

NMMU students in SAICA top 30

Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (NMMU)

Three NMMU School of Accounting students have been selected from a nationwide search of accounting students to attend the SAICA Student Leadership Summit (SLS) in Johannesburg this weekend. View [+]
CFOs want new recruits to be complete finance professionals

CFOs want new recruits to be complete finance professionals

ACCA South Africa

The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) recently surveyed 500 CFOs in the UK, Malaysia, Russia, China and the UAE. CFOs were asked what was important when appointing newly qualified accountants; what gives them confidence in their new hires; and what skills enable them to grow their business, particularly post the global financial crisis. View [+]
Get the best of both by working and studying towards your future

Get the best of both by working and studying towards your future

Boston City Campus and Business College

While studying full time towards a tertiary qualification may be the best solution for many, some find the choice of working and studying at the same time the most rewarding and beneficial way of carving out a future career for themselves. View [+]
Experiential training leads to CUT students joining the South African Navy

Experiential training leads to CUT students joining the South African Navy

Central University of Technology (CUT)

Work-Integrated Learning (WIL) has taken four Electrical Engineering (Heavy Current) students at Central University of Technology, Free State (CUT) on an unexpected career path. They joined the South African Navy January 2012 and basic training took 3 months at the largest Navy training unit, SAS Saldanha Bay Lagoon. View [+]
Wits University: Science Week officially opened

Wits University: Science Week officially opened

University of Witwatersrand (Wits)

Vice-Chancellor and Principal, Professor Adam Habib, officially opened National Science Week at Wits on Wednesday, 31 July 2013, addressing visitors to the Science and Technology Expo on the Senate House Concourse. View [+]
Sage Pastel Accounting reflects on the bright future that awaits SA’s next generation of accountants

Sage Pastel Accounting reflects on the bright future that awaits SA’s next generation of accountants

Student News

Last week, the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA) announced that Praise Ndebele, a learner from Ponelopele Oracle Secondary School is this year’s winner of the National SAICA Pastel Accounting Olympiad, having scored a 92% mark. There were four runners up, each of whom achieved a score of 88%. View [+]
Bloodhound Supersonic Car taking part in National Science Week: 29 July - 3 August

Bloodhound Supersonic Car taking part in National Science Week: 29 July - 3 August

Student News

The BLOODHOUND SCC (supersonic car) project will take part in South Africa’s National Science Week with a range of activities in Kimberley. National Science Week is an initiative of South Africa’s Department of Science and Technology. View [+]
CUT awarded for Entrepreneurial Action

CUT awarded for Entrepreneurial Action

Central University of Technology (CUT)

Students volunteer a 100 hours of their time to combat unemployment, scarce resources, lack of sanitation and malnutrition in Bloemfontein and Welkom regions. View [+]

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