An interesting, exciting, engaging and rewarding experience to attend
Lifelong learning is no longer just a choice; it has become a necessity.
When outsourcing ended at Mandela University it gave contract workers more than just a job
There’s a shortage of skilled labour and private-public sector investment may be the solution
Keeping girls at school could reduce their vulnerability to infection. But women’s lack of empowerment will affect this intervention’s success
MAP accelerates the careers of those who have managerial experience but lack general business knowledge
The department continuously introduces counter-disruptive innovation in a world of increasing competition
New generation universities need to be proactive in contributing to economic growth
Academic, Yale University
There are several bursary opportunities still available
But English first additional language educators have been thwarted since their own school days, writes Prega Govender.
Mohammud Modibbo, thought to be the oldest pupil in Nigeria, has died at the age of 94.
Colleges are closing down in the transition from one government department to another.
Adults completing this qualification will have shown that they are able to read, write clearly, problem-solve, and apply their knowledge skilfully.
Employers must support the recent green paper’s vision of skills training for adults.
Adult students, though highly committed, are being sidelined by budgetary priorities.
South Africa needs to promote literacy programmes from women more agressively.
The big question about adult basic education and the poverty gap has not yet been asked at national level, argues <B>Pat Dean</b>.
The Kha Ri Gude Mass Literacy Campaign is on its way to fulfilling its goal of changing the lives of 4,7-million disadvantaged South Africans by 2015.
Education will solve poverty, unemployment and growing inequalities in South Africa, ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe said on Tuesday.
Adult education is not a "nice to have", it’s a necessity — and it’s time for Blade Nzimande to pick up his spear, says <b>John Aitchison</b>.
The skills and money are there, writes <b>Andrew Miller</b>. But what of political will?
Generally speaking the implementation of adult education policy has been weak and the ministerial report to remedy this falls short