It’s another year of shocking statistics on our roads. Tamsin Oxford takes a look at what can be done to improve driver behaviour.
The digital skills shortage is massive, and it affects all areas of employment. Lungelo Shezi talks to the organisations looking to teach the masses.
Workplace requirements are changing faster than ever, and new jobs are replacing old. Are academic institutions keeping up, asks Adam oxford.
The aims of operation Phakisa are noble, says Kerry Haggard, but what skills does the sector need to achieve its goals?
How to deal with problem employees and stay on the right side of strict labour law? Zia Taylor investigates.
The University of Limpopo (UL) has gained accreditation for its postgraduate degree in accounting, effective from January 2017.
SPONSORED: At the Free State Thuthuka Development Camp awards, Mdladlamba and eight other learners were honoured as the province’s brightest maths, accounting and science learners by representatives of the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA), the Free State Department of Education, the University of the Free State (UFS) and the Auditor-General of South Africa (AGSA).
SPONSORED: Recently, 180 top performing Grade 12 learners from the Western Cape packed their bags and gave up a week of their school holiday to take part in the province’s Thuthuka development camp, an initiative run by the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA) in partnership with the Western Cape Department of Education. At the camp’s award ceremony, four learners were honoured as the province’s brightest maths and accounting learners.
SPONSORED: Recently, 400 of Mpumalanga’s top performing matric learners spent a week of their winter school holidays attending the Thuthuka Development Camp. At the camp’s award ceremony, ten learners were honoured as the brightest learners in the province for these subjects.
SPONSORED: The main campus at the University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN), Pietermaritzburg was buzzing with activity from 4 to 9 July 2016 when 200 KZN matric learners took part in the Thuthuka development camp of the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA).
SPONSORED: Nine students were honoured as the brightest learners at a Development Camp where Gauteng’s top performing matric learners spent a week of their winter school holidays to improve their proficiency in mathematics, accounting and science.
According to findings by Corruption Watch, schools remain one of the country’s biggest corruption hotspots.
Most teenagers will spend the winter holidays finding ways to relax and avoid the cold. However, thanks to the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA), more than 2 700 talented learners will be warming their brains countrywide.
Auditor-General (AG) Thembekile Kimi Makwetu released a recent report detailing the state of financial health of South Africa’s municipalities and stresses the need for less discussions and a lot more action.
It has been four years since Walter Sisulu University (WSU) embarked on a journey to regain South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA) accreditation for its four-year BCompt (Accounting Sciences) degree. Last week, these efforts, supported by much-needed financial aid from the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET), bore the first fruit when 27 students from WSU’s initial 2012 intake took to the stage to graduate.