Online resources for continued learning during school closures

Parents are naturally concerned and perhaps even anxious about the impact that school closures will have on their children’s educational progress during the Covid-19 pandemic. While many schools and dedicated teachers across the country have committed to...

Adapting clients, education and learnerships to lockdown

In the wake of the country’s imminent shutdown, schools, universities and high learning institutions have had to very quickly implement processes and systems to enable the South African youth to continue with their learning programs. As important as these...

Is technology taking away key experience in learning?

The new world order revolves around technology. We would be doing ourselves an injustice, as professionals, if we assumed we would be unaffected, we would also be doing an injustice to those who consume our services at whatever level. By Thokozile Mahlangu, CEO of the...
The Learning Resource: The Sales Executive

The Learning Resource: The Sales Executive

The Sales Executive is the personable person who loves to sell and engage with people. Entering into the world of sales can be challenging. It’s a job that’s seen in two different ways – the person who is always trying to get a deal and pushing people into buying...

Robotics, coding a must for SA youth

To many, robotic and computer coding are reserved for techies, geeks and sci-fi movies. Nowadays these terms are fast becoming the norm in society and households alike. There is no denying the fact that if we do not embrace this wave of change, we will be left behind...

Don’t tell students about 4IR – inspire them

It’s amazing how quickly the world around us is changing. The fourth industrial revolution (4IR) is upon us and how we continue to adapt to this era of rapid technological and societal change is crucial. By De Wet Joubert, RS Components Sub-Saharan Africa Why we...