The events that have unfolded in the DA have shown that Zille has more influence than Maimane. He serves at her pleasure, writes Ralph Mathekga.
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Africa needs about a million managers to effectively run the continent's economy, according to Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry Bulelani Magwanishe.
As Africa becomes more driven by services and less dependent on commodities, we'll need more digital skills. Nicholas Biepkelooks at financing human capital in the ICT sector.
Training programmes are often expensive, yet yield few visible results. To ensure effective training, managers need to see to it that the appropriate skills are taught to the right employees.
The aviation industry in Africa must look at safety, increased connectivity, smarter regulation and fixing airlines’ financial health to attract the talent, says an expert.
Teaching philosophy to children is a growing global trend that could be the key to South Africa turning the corner on its skills problem.
Within a year, search giant Google says it managed to surpass its target to training one million Africans through its Digital Skills for Africa programme.
A community development project is solving the problem of unemployment through skills training for young people who go on to become entrepreneurs.
With an oversupply of graduates and businesses looking for potential, rather than qualifications,do we still need so many degrees?
Whether you are trying to reach an agreement on a major deal, bargaining to get a raise, or simply trying to get your co-worker to see reason, negotiating is a daily part of working life. Here’s how to hone your skills.
Government has announced its plans to address the engineering skills shortage in South Africa aiming to have at least 24 000 competent artisans by 2020.
We found four opportunities for you to become even more digitally savvy, land that dream job or get that promotion.
Educators have a vital role to play in ensuring that today’s employees learn useful skills and stay relevant in the coming decades, which will be marked by the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
Companies can only stay ahead of their peers if they produce relevant services and innovative products. To do this, they need to determine what skills they will need in the future.
The demand for air transport to, from and within Africa is expected to double over the next 20 years, requiring more than 1 000 new aircraft in the combined African fleet.
Anorth Mabunda, from Limpopo, is using his new digital skills acquired through Google to help people in rural communities.
International Business Machines Corp. is ramping up its digital-skills training program to accommodate as many as 25 million Africans in the next five years, looking toward building a future workforce on the continent.
South Africans know how to run nuclear reactors – we know about refuelling, repairs and maintenance – so we’re in a perfect position to welcome the infrastructure.
South Africa can only address its technical skills shortage and fill the skills gap in theeconomy if more learners take up mathematics as a school subject.
The skills development programme at the KwaDambuza Youth Centre founded by Blade Nzimande will collapse soon, students at the centre have warned.
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