Learnerships

Learnerships

The Future Of Work & The Pivotal Role Of Youth Entrepreneurship In Africa

The “Future of Work” refers to changes occurring within current socio-economic; workplace and workforce systems, affecting both present and future functioning of these ecosystems. It is closely linked to the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) and a growth in related technology and innovation factors such as automation, artificial intelligence, digitisation and professional skills – many of […]

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Developing entrepreneurial and leadership skills for the youth in SA

June pays tribute to the youth of South Africa and can be a considered a time that we focus on the importance of empowering our youth to develop the leaders of tomorrow. SDC Skills Development Corporation believe that going forward, there is going to be a significant need for traditional soft skills training like critical thinking and […]

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9 lessons from a woman with a startup

I had the privilege to pursue my passion for quality swimwear and sustainability with the launch of my company, January and June. Coming from a small surf town in the Eastern Cape, building a brand of my own in the big city has always been a dream of mine. What I quickly came to learn was that […]

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Great Tips to Build a Business while You’re Still in College

It’s never too early to begin your career as an entrepreneur and a business owner, at least not in this tech-driven day and age when you have the opportunity to start your very own business from the comfort of your laptop. That said, this doesn’t mean that launching a startup is easy work, especially if […]

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The importance of leadership in the fight for the right to education -Hell yeah!

With Human Rights day having just passed, it made me think of one of the most basic human rights that have seemed to cause more problems in South Africa in the last few months than any other: education. And with this important day just behind us, is there any better time than now to start […]

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Inspiring the leaders of Tomorrow

Rhodes University Business School welcomed Gregory Mills, Head of Brenthurst Organisation and Jeffery Herbst, an American Political Scientist to launch their new book, How South Africa Works. The launch included a presentation from Leader of South Africa’s Democratic Alliance, Mmusi Maimane, and a musical performance by Robin Auld of Dan Heymann’s Weeping and his own […]

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