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Holidays, a great time to relook your career path

Gillian Mooney Few of us can afford to make a clean break at work and then start on a new path from scratch. What you need...

Six ways to get teenagers more active – suggested by the teens themselves

Michaela James and Sinead Brophy The UK department of health recommends that young people (aged five to 18) should get at least 60 minutes of physical activity...

Teachers use violence against children in Uganda

Katherine G Merrill In many parts of the world, teachers use violence against their students. This can become routine, and the school transforms from a nurturing into...

Africa: MBA not the only route to success

Bryan Hattingh A master of business administration (MBA) degree has long been touted as a “crowbar” to pry open career opportunities that lead to corner...

Women in rugby challenge the sport stereotypes

GCIS Vuk'uzenzele Zinhle Ndawonde recently scooped the Sport Personality of the Year Award at this year’s KwaZulu-Natal Sport Awards held in Durban. “Winning this award means...

Africa: Finally graduated, officially in queue of the unemployed

Kwanele Ndlovu This week, after drawing the last monthly allowance from my bursary, I wrote the last exam for my degree. The pinnacle of my...

The banker of the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Tshilidzi Marwala The banking industry is becoming a digital rather than a physical system. I wonder what sort of leaders should be running a modern...

Is Senegal ready to listen to adolescent girls?

Elin Martinez In October 2017, I traveled to a small village in southern Senegal. I was there to investigate persistent allegations of sexual abuse in...

Promoting technical colleges

Nicola Branson Improved education is widely regarded as one of the key dimensions needed to address South Africa’s pervasive legacy of poverty, inequality and youth...

Stop blaming teachers – a collaborative model can fix our schools

Nicola Vermooten A collaborative service delivery model promises to alleviate the burden of unreasonable tasks among teachers and, in turn, allow them to concentrate on...
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