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Digitising Higher Education 

Lessons shared by an institution that has been doing it for a while.  1. Introduction  The role of learning and teaching in a digital environment has been catapulted into the spotlight as  many educational institutions which have not paid much attention to it, are now grappling with where to start to put systems in place or brush up on their neglected or under-utilised learning management systems. The now clichéd expression ‘the new normal’ holds true for higher education as well. Digital education as part of a blended learning mode of delivery, is here to stay, has been waiting in…

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SA’s Top 8 scarce skills you should study for

SA’s Top 8 scarce skills you should study for With South Africa’s ever-increasing unemployment rate, it comes as a surprise that there is still an abundance of vacancies in certain industries. These vacancies aren’t the result of a lack of interest in these positions but rather the fact that employers require skilled workers to fill them and there just aren’t enough people who meet the requirements. Unfortunately, due to this skill shortage, local companies within the following industries turn towards the global market to fill vacant positions. By acquiring the necessary skills, you could help to close the gap and…

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The Link between education and income

The relationship between education and income Education is defined as the act or process of imparting or acquiring general knowledge, developing the powers of reasoning and judgment, and generally of preparing oneself or others intellectually for mature life. In other words, it is the process of achieving knowledge, values, skills, beliefs, and moral habits. Francis Bacon once said that “knowledge is power”. This is still true since higher education is a fundamental part of personal, national and global development. Not only does it shape independent minds, but it is also important for the continued growth of the economy. There…

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