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PROJECT RISE: CHALLENGING THE STATUS QUO News24, in partnership with the Nelson Mandela Foundation, is proud to announce the launch of Project Rise, a new online platform dedicated to facilitating a nationwide debate on what South Africa should look like post-#FeesMustFall. For more than a year now, South Africa has been grappling with issues of...
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Become a business owner today – entries open! Mastercard invites women entrepreneurs to enter the JA South Africa Youth Enterprise Development Programme  Johannesburg, 11 January 2017 – Do you have a great business idea and dream of becoming an entrepreneur, but don’t know where to start? Mastercard invites out of school, unemployed or self-employed young...
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Africa Code Week exceeds targets by training 427,000 students in one week Skills development initiative surpasses expectations as it makes strides toward goal of training 5m African youth by 2025 JOHANNESBURG, South Africa — Nov. 23, 2016 —SAP’s ambitious goal of equipping 5 million African youth with basic coding skills by 2025 took a bold...
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The Junior Innovators Competition, showcasing the entrepreneurial potential of South Africa’s best and brightest young minds, drew to a close on Thursday 6 October, at Investec in Sandton. The final leg of a demanding five-day schedule saw the announcement of the grand-prize winner of R60 000, with second prize winning R30 000 and third prize R20 000...
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(left) – Phillipine Kambula (right) – Maria Matoa The Innovator Trust announced today the graduation of Phillipine Kambula and Maria Matoa from its academic programme for SMMEs. During the graduation, which is taking place at Gordon Institute of Business Sciencethe beneficiaries and other guests will be addressed byDavid Nightingale, the PMD Alumni. The Innovator Trust...
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Johannesburg, Friday 8 October 2016 – If there is one thing the South African economy requires to flourish, it is leadership. For this reason, the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA) has aligned many of its projects to building our nation by actively developing the traits of a responsible leader at university level and instilling...
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The University Of Cape Town Graduate School Of Business, through two of its specialised units, continues to invest in Africa’s future leaders, and is calling for scholarship applications from across the continent for its 2017 academic year. The UCT Graduate School of Business (GSB) is inviting motivated leaders from across Africa, with a track record...
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High school pupils and university students who are thinking about the next step in their educational careers will have all their questions answered when the national Student Expo comes to Centurion on September 23 and 24. The first Student Expo for Centurion will be hosted by Forest Hill City Shopping Centre. The two-day exhibition features...
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Rowan Mockler, 18, a matric learner at Michaelhouse senior boys’ boarding school in the Kwazulu-Natal Midlands, has been awarded the World Champion Persuasive Speaker accolade for 2016.  In April Mockler competed against nearly 100 students from across the globe in the World Individual Debating and Public Speaking Championship (WIDPSC), held this year in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania...
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Construction of the new Majuba FET College’s Dundee campus is providing thousands of higher-education seeking youth with the opportunity to study in a state-of-the-art college environment. The campus comprises a gatehouse, administration offices, two double-storey lecture blocks measuring 2 200m2 each, an exam centre, resource centre, student centre and walkways. Demand for education facilities in...
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Steuart as a Speaker

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Steuart has done some 500 talks on South Africa's progress since 1994 and SA's prospects for the future'