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01.23.18
Johannesburg, Tuesday 23 January 2018 – In terms of education, one of the biggest drawbacks of South Africa’s rapid urbanisation is that, because of intellectual migration, good teaching becomes concentrated in the urban areas—leaving leaners in rural provinces exposed to ‘low quality’ teaching. This is particularly true in the Eastern Cape, where matric passes were the lowest in the country for the eighth year in a row.


01.23.18
Cape Town, Tuesday 23 January 2018 – With so much pressure already on learners in their matric year, parents often assume that taking part in events outside of the school curriculum will place unnecessary additional stress on their children. But Philip Visage, a former learner at Hoërskool Hugenote, has proven this assumption wrong.


01.16.18
Johannesburg, Wednesday 17 January 2018 – With so much pressure already on learners in their matric year, parents often worry that if they let their children take part in events outside of the school curriculum, they will place unnecessary additional stress on them. But the 2017 matric results reveal that often just the opposite is the case! Take the following example:


11.28.17
Johannesburg, Monday 27 November 2017 - Young South Africans’ appetite for entrepreneurship is alive and well, if they are given the opportunity to turn passion into action, says the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA). This after 900 learners participated in the 2017 SAICA & Coronation Business Development Games, held across all nine provinces over the past few months.


10.31.17
Johannesburg, Wednesday 1 November 2017: In March next year, thousands of cyclists will descend on Cape Town to take part in the 2018 Cape Town Cycle Tour (previously known as the Argus).


10.23.17
Johannesburg, Monday 23 October 2017 – What does it take to be a future leader? According to the judging panel who selected the top 30 university students who attended the recent South African Institute of Chartered Accountant’s annual Student Leadership Summit (SLS), responsible leaders need to have the perfect mix of insight, foresight, research and innovation to create solutions that will make a real and positive impact on society.


09.19.17
Johannesburg, Tuesday 19 September 2017 – Kabelo Nhlapo, a learner from Monde Primary School, took first place for the Gauteng Province in the first-ever Grade 7 quiz of the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA).


09.19.17
East London, Tuesday 19 September 2017 – Sibulelele Natuse, a learner from Nontuthuzelo Primary School, took first place for the Eastern Cape in the first-ever Grade 7 quiz of the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA).


09.19.17
Polokwane, Tuesday 19 September 2017 – Learners from Mutle and Makwarela Primary School took first place for Limpopo Province in the first-ever Grade 7 quiz of the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA).


07.19.17
Johannesburg, Wednesday 19 July 2017 – The South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA) is passionate about creating a dialogue that will help to take the economy, and indeed the country, forward. But SAICA does not expect this kind of engagement only from members of the profession.
 
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