Education & Training

25 career advice articles on Talent360

  • Important financial tips for students after matric
    WHEN you graduate from high school, you have a variety of options available to you. You may be planning to go to university or you may be working full-time.
  • IT IS commonly known that South African teachers are well respected, globally.As part of MANCOSA’s mission to provide accredited high-quality education,
  • Business models require the right balance between technology, talent and the human connection
  • MANY from the matric Class of 2018 now find themselves in the fortunate position of having performed better than anticipated in their National Senior Certificate examination, achieving a Bachelor’s pass and qualifying for higher education access.
  • YOUNG people across South Africa are celebrating the release of the 2018 matric results. While some are certain about what the future holds for them, many are still trying to figure out what they want to do.
  • LIKE so many of you, I have a friend. My friend, however, has a brother who is a surgeon in the US. He says nowadays he performs fewer and fewer surgeries, but not because fewer people require them.
  • THE Disability Service at the University of Cape Town (UCT) is playing a critical role in enabling students with disabilities to cope with their studies, thanks to funding from the FirstRand Foundation (Tshikululu Social Investments).
  • REGENT Business School, one of the leading providers of business and management education in South Africa and a member institution of Honoris United Universities, the first pan-African private higher education network, announces the opening of iLeadLAB – a new ‘employability unit’.
  • ADDRESS BY MARTIN SWEET, MANAGING DIRECTOR - PRIMESTARS AT AWARDS DINNER OF “STEP UP 2 A START UP V” ON TUESDAY, 4 DECEMBER 2018 AT SOUTHERN SUN ARCADIA, PRETORIA

  • About Primestars and Step Up 2 A Start Up What the Sponsors Had to Say
  • Johannesburg, 5 December 2018: Senior Private and Public sector stakeholders, and young entrepreneurs from across South Africa gathered at a glittering celebration of the 2018 Step Up 2 A Start Up National Youth Entrepreneurship Awards, held last night at the Southern Sun Arcadia in Pretoria.
  • THE World Economic Forum’s (WEF) 2018 Future of Jobs Report revealed some (more) bad news for South Africa: the critical thinking and digital skills of the current workforce are inadequate for the progress of a successful economy in the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR).

  • INFORMATION Technology (IT) is traditionally a male-dominated sector, but the University of Cape Town’s (UCT) School of IT is working hard to make the sector more attractive to women.
  • JOHANNESBURG - With a total of 796 542 students writing exams across 6 888 examination centres throughout South Africa, we can’t help but wonder if enough technological avenues, for learners to turn to in order to meet their end-of-year exam preparation requirements, have been properly utilised

  • A new book that was launched at Stellenbosch University last week, The Next Generation of Scientists in Africa, revealed the career aspirations and research performance of scientists younger than 40 years across the African continent.
  • The Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) industry in South Africa is going through a metamorphosis, and an under-dog medium-size black company is not only leading the technological revolution of the industry, but how EAP is delivered and accessed, redefining the service methods of EAP, moving an i...
  • AT SOME stage in our lives we all have had difficulty in making the right decision about our future and the career we want.

  • IT IS no secret that the current structure of the education system was designed in an entirely different age to achieve economic outcomes that are no longer viable due, in large, to the rapid innovation and adoption of technology

  • YOU have completed to the final year of high school and are busy unify your final matric exams. While it feels great to be approaching the end of your secondary school journey, you can’t help but feel a little anxious about what the future holds.

  • THE largest-ever number MBA students graduated from Henley Business School Africa (Henley Africa) last month.