Education Ambassadors SA

A lot good gets done with love

Writer: Lebo Hlaha Though “an eye for a smile” can be a meaningful piece of advice, it isn’t an easy thing to do. It’s one thing to like someone who is nice and kind to you, and an entirely a different story to like someone who...

In Loving Memory of My Best Friend, Claire

Writer: Dimakatso Lukhele The 7th of April is fast approaching and I’m already feeling a wave of emotions that sometimes cannot be adequately explained. When I feel like this, I know prayer helps and another remedy would be to put my pen to...

I AM A DREAM CHASER

Writer: Samuel Mothopeng I am 21 years old of age. I am not an average “I-live-in-a-comfortable-zone, I-have-both-parents, they-work-and-do-everything-for-me, I-never-worry-about-food-shelter-or-school-fees” type of person. In fact my...

The Importance of Basic Education

Writer: Imran Casoojee Basic education is an essential commodity in most countries and an undervalued “luxury” in most of the developing world. The facts speak clearly, usually going without saying, that knowledge is power in the modern...

What’s my story?

Writer: Andile Nosiphiwo Gwambe My story is humble Like my beginnings in the heart of Zululand As the grass growing so soon after being burnt My story is painful Like the 16 year old who laboured til my birth And the 21 year old who stuck by...

Ticket Give-Away to the 2014 Skills Summit

Are you dedicated and eager to learn in order to better yourself? The seventh annual Skills Development Summit, 5 & 6 August 2014, is shaping up to be the most innovative, and dynamic, yet. Every year, the most highly regarded skills...

When Technology Meets Tradition In Higher...

Writer: Zamathole Sithole Technological innovations have become the norm and it seems you either ahead or behind the change. It’s no secret that we probably fall behind this curve in the areas it matters the most, like education. It is...