Ethiopia and Mauritius show there is no single formula for putting a country on the road to progress.
Old traditional classroom practice will not work, but a new paradigm shift is needed – a move towards Student Centred Learning where teaching is meaningful, relevant and focused.
In 2019, 133 entries were received for the Western Cape Entrepreneurship Recognition Awards, which celebrates the hard work of entrepreneurs and their contribution to job creation and growth.
Hard work finally paid off for the College of Cape Town’s Automotive Motor Mechanics students.
The mine has donated two mobile clinics in Kroonstad to serve the local communities, and training programmes are equipping young people with skills.
Global Africa Network is proud to launch this inaugural edition of African Business 2020 at a time of energetic planning for a prosperous future for the continent.
Giant cities and development corridors are vehicles for tackling Africa’s infrastructure gap.
Large infrastructure projects and an increase in intra-African trade could be the platforms to launch the continent into a new era of prosperity.
De Beers Group, the Free State Education Department and the Kagiso Shanduka Trust are partners in a multi-million-rand development.
The Western Cape’s exports are expanding while the region’s reputation as a technology hub continues to grow.