3500+ teachers and educators gather for African EduWeek

3500+ teachers and educators gather for African EduWeek at Gallagher from Wednesday First ever in South Africa: Graham Brown-Martin to showcase humanoid robot NAO More than 3500 teachers, educational professionals, institutions and suppliers to the industry are gathering for the ninth annual SABC Education African EduWeek at the Gallagher Convention Centre, Johannesburg from Wednesday 1… Continue reading 3500+ teachers and educators gather for African EduWeek

Many corporates are eager to put their CSI spend into assisting education

Via Afrika’s VADEC to show how eLearning is transforming education at African EduWeek “Many corporates are eager to put their CSI spend into assisting education” “The key to Via Afrika’s content development is that material – be it print or digital – must meet the needs of users while changing the way they learn. Our… Continue reading Many corporates are eager to put their CSI spend into assisting education

3500+ teaching professionals to gather at African EduWeek in July

Ambit Technology’s solar powered classrooms to ensure clean, connected and sustainable e-learning for the future 3500+ teaching professionals to gather at African EduWeek in July The South African technology company Ambit’s innovative solar powered classroom is poised to provide “off-grid” electricity and connectivity to rural classrooms and help teachers overcome the pitfalls of load shedding.… Continue reading 3500+ teaching professionals to gather at African EduWeek in July

Thousands of employers have claimed R2.8 billion from the Employment Tax Incentive

Cape Town – Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa says thousands of employers have claimed R2.8 billion from the Employment Tax Incentive since its inception. The Deputy President said this when he, in his capacity as the leader of government business, appeared before Members of Parliament in the National Council of Provinces (NCOP) to answer oral questions… Continue reading Thousands of employers have claimed R2.8 billion from the Employment Tax Incentive

Bringing new energy into schools

African EduWeek to inspire teachers and educators in July: from sex education to school finance to e-learning and maths “Bringing new energy into schools” “Teachers and educators inspire and motivate learners and students on a daily basis. At African EduWeek we give teachers the opportunity to be inspired and gain new knowledge with free-to-attend educational… Continue reading Bringing new energy into schools

Johannesburg education event to gather more than 3500 teaching professionals

African EduWeek launches exciting video inviting educators to “Enter a World of Educational Knowledge” Johannesburg education event to gather more than 3500 teaching professionals The ninth annual SABC Education African EduWeek plans to once again address pertinent issues and urgent challenges in the education sector and more than 90 expert speakers will be on hand… Continue reading Johannesburg education event to gather more than 3500 teaching professionals

S’hamba Sonke creating more jobs

Pretoria – The S’hamba Sonke Programme has played an important role in both job creation and road maintenance, Transport Minister Dipuo Peters announced in the department’s Budget Vote address, on Wednesday. The S’hamba Sonke programme, launched in April 2011, is dedicated to road maintenance on secondary roads and rural roads, with particular emphasis on repairing… Continue reading S’hamba Sonke creating more jobs

We regard the launch of these awards as long overdue

New African EduWeek Awards to honour most inspiring teachers and educational suppliers “We regard the launch of these awards as long overdue” The country’s leading teachers, suppliers, institutions and education professionals will be recognised and celebrated at the inaugural African EduWeekAwards that will take place at Gallagher Convention Centre, Johannesburg on 1 July. It forms… Continue reading We regard the launch of these awards as long overdue