Education Ambassadors SA

Influence is the paradigm for true...

Writer: Nthabiseng Magoma Leadership is the art of leading others to deliberately create a result that would not have happened otherwise, which makes leadership development the growing of art that brings about change and direction in taking a...

He Who Leads last, Still Leads.

Writer: Kholofelo Bashele We often hear this over and over again: “Nice guys finish last”. But never: “guys who are not nice” get to win extremely early in the game. It makes it seem so categorised, like only an elite number of people...

South Africa: Halala Mzansi!

Writer: Nombulelo ‘Noggz’ Nogwanya South Africa…the melting pot of vibrant cultures!  We are known as a diverse nation and it doesn’t get any more true than that with our more than ten indigenous cultures adding their...

I am proudly South African

Writer: Kgomotso H. Tlhapi As much as it may start from within, what you see on the outside is what really draws attention to yourself. My being South African begins with what the eyes see then what the ears hear when I start speaking. The love...

South African languages: The music of many...

Photo: Founder of Education Ambassadors SA, Dimakatso Lukhele and friend Stephanie Heuser in Soweto Writer: Kholofelo Bashele Every time I think about South Africa, this rainbow nation we call home, and its many different languages, I imagine...

The Youth-Voices to Lead

Writer: Kholofelo Bashele This article could begin by listing statistics on the unemployment rate amongst the youth, although it is a highly significant issue, it would take attention away from what the real aim of this piece centers around...

The Entrepreneurship Dilemma

Writer: Kagisho Nkadimeng Looking around, one can see an array of companies and enterprises. Some are just start-ups while others are global conglomerates with a history that spans over a hundred years. These companies have managed to change...

Democracy: Turned into a silver spoon

Writer: Nthabiseng Magoma South Africans take pride in their constitution, with good reason, obviously. They can be widely regarded as one of the most progressive in Africa. Democracy in South Africa is practically a rose that grew from...

Bridging the gap: Laziness vs Hard Work

Writer: Caesar Tsamaesi The young minds of today are the actual leaders of tomorrow and the seed that they plant today will be the outcome of our future as a nation. South Africa is being faced with a huge dilemma where there is a highly...

REMEMBERING OUR RURAL LEARNERS

Written By: Nombulelo “Noggz” Nogwanya For some, education is the mere act of sitting in a classroom for long hours on a daily basis, while for a child who knows all the doors it could open, it represents life itself. The best gift...