Thuto-Tsebo Secondary School claims top spot in 2018 North West Business Games
Thuto-Tsebo Secondary School claims top spot in 2018 North West Business Games
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North West: Tuesday 23 October 2018 – Every year, grade 10 and 11 learners from around the province are given the opportunity to participate in their province’s annual Business Development Game. With 109 learner from 11 schools taking part in this year’s North West games this September, Thuto-Tsebo Secondary School learners claimed top spot and proved that entrepreneurship is alive and well in the province.
Duineveld High School learners win 2018 Northern Cape Business Games
Duineveld High School learners win 2018 Northern Cape Business Games
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Upington Tuesday 23 October 2018 – Every year, grade 11 learners from around the province are given the opportunity to participate in their province’s annual Business Development Game. With 87 learner from 44 schools taking part in this year’s Northern Cape games earlier this month, learners from Duineveld High School claimed top spot and proved that entrepreneurship is alive and well in the province.
Limpopo schools' business acumen shines through
Limpopo schools' business acumen shines through
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Winners of the annual Limpopo Business Development Games released Polokwane: Tuesday, 16 October 2018 – Every year, grade 10 and 11 learners from around the province are given the opportunity to participate in their province’s annual Business Development Game.
WSU accreditation: a massive boost for the Eastern Cape
WSU accreditation: a massive boost for the Eastern Cape
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Eastern Cape, Thursday 18 October 2018 – As the poorest of South Africa’s nine provinces, many believe that opportunities for economic growth in the Eastern Cape are rare.
3 600 Grade 7 Learners flex literacy muscles this week
3 600 Grade 7 Learners flex literacy muscles this week
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Johannesburg, Tuesday 9 October 2018: Numerous studies show that when it comes to international education standards—particularly in terms of numerical and reading literacy—South African children continue significantly to underperform.
Stellenbosch University’s Lungelo Ngobese wins 2018 Student Leadership Summit
Stellenbosch University’s Lungelo Ngobese wins 2018 Student Leadership Summit
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Johannesburg, Friday 5 October 2018: Responsible leaders need to be willing to base every action and decision on their values and principles to make a positive impact on society. This is the opinion of the judging panel who selected the Top 30 university students attending the 10th South African Institute of Chartered Accountant’s annual Student Leadership Summit (SLS).
Livingstone High School learners prove they are ‘best in business’ at 2018 Western Cape Business Games
Livingstone High School learners prove they are ‘best in business’ at 2018 Western Cape Business Games
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Cape Town: Friday 5 October 2018 – Every year, grade 10 and 11 learners from around the province are given the opportunity to participate in their province’s annual Business Development Game. With 190 learner from 19 schools taking part in this year’s Western Cape games this September, Livingstone High School learners claimed top spot and proved that entrepreneurship is alive and well in the province.
Mthatha’s Holy Cross High School wins this year’s Eastern Cape Business Games
Mthatha’s Holy Cross High School wins this year’s Eastern Cape Business Games
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Eastern Cape: Tuesday, 25 September 2018 – Every year, grade 10 and 11 learners from around the province are given the opportunity to participate in their province’s annual Business Development Game. With 117 learners from 11 schools taking part in this year’s Eastern Cape games this September, Mthatha’s Holy Cross High School claimed top spot and proved that entrepreneurship is alive and well in the province.
Matric Excellence Camp to give 200 learners a step up to varsity
Matric Excellence Camp to give 200 learners a step up to varsity
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Mpumalanga, Monday 17 September 2018: With less than a month to go before South African matrics start their high school final exams, 200 Mpumalanga matrics are looking ahead to 2019 in preparation for what the world of tertiary education will hold for them. It is all thanks to a special five day ‘university expectations’ camp put together by the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA).
Over 2 000 learners will boost academic performance during the holidays
Over 2 000 learners will boost academic performance during the holidays
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Johannesburg, Tuesday 19 June 2018– The South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA) hosts annual development camps that further learners’ social and career development, and harness their potential to produce the quality pass rates needed to study towards one of the country’s professions of high demand, also known as scarce-skills professions. This July holiday, over 2 000 learners from all over the country have been invited to attend these camps.
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