Category : News


Is there a degree that future-proofs your career?

We live in an age where the probability of automation radically changing most of today’s jobs is fast becoming a reality. Futurist Thomas Frey believes that two billion jobs will disappear by 2030 which is approximately 50% of the current workforce….

No Comments / November 7, 2017

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Canal Walk celebrates local talent

The super-regional shopping centre steps away from the traditional norms of marketing and shakes things up with an innovative initiative to speak to its shoppers. Entitled My Story My Style is the brand new vision for Canal Walk Shopping Centre….

No Comments / October 17, 2017


Matric, putting your best foot forward

This month, hundreds of thousands of young South Africans will write the 2017 National Senior Certificate examinations as the swan song to their school education. For some, it comes as a relief and a release into exciting new beginnings; while…

No Comments / October 17, 2017


Giving mobility to hope

The Volkswagen For Good campaign, in partnership with Qhubeka and City of Joburg, continue to transform hope into reality with the simple gift of motion. 98 bicycles donated to Kwa-Bhekilanga Secondary School, East Bank High School, health workers and community…

No Comments / October 16, 2017

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Five ways to have an ethical elephant experience

Here are the five ways to have an ethical elephant experience abroad, so you can appreciate the beauty of these wonderful animals, knowing their well being is paramount. 1) Know what to look out for  Elephants are wild creatures and…

No Comments / October 9, 2017

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Hot picks: Management, Law and business come out tops for 2018’s first years

Registration figures show that Management and Business-related qualifications are rapidly growing in popularity among Matrics entering higher education next year. “With higher education registrations coming in thick and fast, clear trends are starting to emerge on which fields are finding…

No Comments / October 2, 2017


Trafalgar reveals Seven Secrets of London

The Union Jack waves its greeting as you amble through London’s avenues and lush green spaces, tracing centuries of heritage and historical landmarks from the now silent Big Ben to Buckingham Palace. Marvel at castles, cathedrals and palaces, see the…

No Comments / September 26, 2017

Artisan Programme

Artisans can drive the South African economy into the 21st century

The Cyril Ramaphosa Foundation (CRF) launched its Artisan Programme at the Diepsloot Combined School in Gauteng earlier this month. Two learners will be selected, from a shortlist of 47, to train as artisans on full bursaries in 2018. The launch…

No Comments / September 26, 2017

The Thari Programme

Thari Programme provides for vulnerable women and children

The Thari Programme for the support of Women and Children, is a ground-breaking initiative designed to provide safe places for vulnerable children, youths and women that are inclusive, free from violence, academically effective, gender sensitive, and promote health and well-being,…

No Comments / September 21, 2017


Matrics: Turn prelim panic into finals advantage

Writing Matric prelim exams and receiving your results can be a distressing eye-opener, but learners who perform worse than they would have hoped still have time to use the experience to their advantage before the final exams, an education expert…

No Comments / September 19, 2017