by Andre Steenekamp
For a business that's so driven by its people, the digital agency environment is one characterised by high levels of staff turnover and burn-out. What's more, many agencies are also finding it difficult to keep their skills base up to date in an ever-evolving landscape. These realities show just how important it is for digital agencies to start thinking about talent management as a strategic priority. Management needs to take charge and understand that…Continue
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The Eazi Study Teacher Development Centre contains 20 different CPTD short courses, the revised Curriculum documents (CAPS); Government and DBE Policy documents, articles on education matters, research studies and news items. Teachers are invited to participate in the forum discussion and…Continue
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Government is proposing that another year be added to the education system, which means that in future children will be in the system for 14 years rather than 12.
The introduction of another grade at the foundational level is believed to be a stepping stone for rural children who have shorter schooling hours.
It is expected to strengthen the foundation of the child’s schooling career and ensure that basic numeracy and literacy skills are grasped at an early age.
I read a research paper that I would like to recommend : “An exploration of successful school leadership in a challenging school context: Case studies of two Secondary School in Soweto”. The research was done by Linda Ramatseba in 2012 in…Continue
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Responding to recent horrors - the mass killing of schoolchildren in Newtown CT and the brutal rape and murder of a young woman in Delhi India - the International Federation for Parenting Education (FIEP), based in Paris, has issued a call for universal parenting education.
Who raised the young men who perpetrated these atrocious crimes?
"The questions we ask," say the authors of the call, "is not only, Who raised the young men who perpetrated these…
Added by Bronwyn Newman on February 14, 2013 at 11:00 — No Comments
Cape Town - A Cape Town pupil in custody for allegedly shooting two fellow pupils apparently kept the pistol with him the whole day, the Cape Times reported on Thursday.
Oaklands High School pupils had seen the 14-year-old boy play with the gun during break time.
"He brought the gun to school and had it in his bag during class time. At first break he and some of his friends were playing with it. I saw him in the taxi…Continue
Added by Bronwyn Newman on February 7, 2013 at 14:04 — No Comments
I was totally shocked to see this morning that my daughter could not get her lunch in her school bag because of all her books and textbooks. No, she is not in High School but only in Grade 6. She was forced to get and extra bag to take her books in.
I asked her why does she have all your books everyday and she said she needs it for homework.
I am shocked to think that there is no management from the teachers that offers the various subjects. She has homework…Continue
The FNB "You Can Help Campaign" is an attack on the ruling party and its leadership, the ANC said on Monday.
"The African National Congress is appalled by First National Bank (FNB) advertisements in which the ANC, its leadership and government, is under attack on an commercial masqueraded as youth views," said spokesperson Jackson Mthembu.
"What is of concern to the ANC is that the advert content is [an] undisguised political statement…Continue
Newtown, Connecticut - The 15 first graders cowered in a dark, barricaded bathroom as gunfire boomed outside, shot after shot after shot killing their classmates and teachers.
Terrified as they were, their teacher played loving mother hen, even as she feared they - ages 6 and 7 - and she were next and would die any minute.
Sandy Hook Elementary School teacher Kaitlin Roig cried, sniffled and fidgeted as she recounted her harrowing and…Continue
Added by Bronwyn Newman on December 15, 2012 at 21:57 — No Comments
The hunger feast takes over Cape Town as Breaking Dawn 2 takes over the cinema and all our fantasies. Hitting record high at Nu Metro and Ster-Kinekor.
My new years resolution was to read a book first before watching a movie. I started with Eat, Pray, Love and sadly found myself stuck in the middle feeling uninspired and bored. Still curious as I knew there was a buzz surrounding this book, so I cancelled my New Years resolution and decided to take the easy road and watch…Continue
Added by Bronwyn Newman on November 26, 2012 at 10:30 — No Comments
A Cape Town’s high school principal’s open letter to South African…Continue
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Hie guys,i have a Personnel Management assignment at school.In groups of five,we are expected to approach a company to gather information about:
1(a)Background of that company(10 marks)
2(a)How do managers motivate employees(20 marks)
(b)Challenges that managers face in motivating employees(20 marks)
(c)Solutions to these challenges(20 marks).
In this assignment we are required to draft some questions which we are going to ask the Human…Continue
Mobilising citizens and communities to partner with teachers to educate our children
We have received many requests for more information about the School @ the Centre of Community societal change process and specifically the Partner for Possibility leadership development part of the process. I am sure you would know that this makes me very happy as we remain committed to mobilise South…Continue
Johannesburg - Schools should close on March 7 for a national strike against labour brokers and Gauteng tolls, Cosatu said on Tuesday.
Gauteng secretary Dumisani Dakile told shop stewards in Soweto that every part of society had to be mobilised.
"Schools are a big part of this," he said.
The strike would be called off only if the government agreed to support the Congress of SA Trade Unions in doing away with labour brokers.
"We have had…
Added by Bronwyn Newman on February 8, 2012 at 14:48 — No Comments
Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga has called on all parents of learners to participate in the 2012 School Governing Body (SGB) elections at their children’s schools.
The elections - to be held during March - will see parents, teachers and learners in over 24 000 public schools electing new representatives of the SGBs across the country, who will continue the work of promoting school excellence.
Addressing the media on Monday, Motshekga said the new…Continue
We are introducing the Katlego Learnership to the Business. The Learnership sponsors unemployed learners, who receive a stipend while completing their studies.
... · To give branches the opportunity to employ matriculants of high calibre in their areas at a reduced cost.
· Give matriculants the opportunity to obtain a qualification and working experience in the Banking industry.
Added by Bronwyn Newman on January 25, 2012 at 16:00 — No Comments
Here are some guidelines on how to keep yourself safe and not offend your friends on Facebook.
Since its launch in 2004, Facebook has taken the world by storm, clocking up to 800 million users by January 2012.
So popular, in fact, that US…
Added by Bronwyn Newman on January 19, 2012 at 10:21 — No Comments
Yes! Can you believe that another year has come and gone. Some of us have fulfilled our goals, while others are…Continue
Added by Bronwyn Newman on November 9, 2011 at 11:00 — No Comments
South Africans, young and old, are encouraged to take advantage of a once in a life time opportunity to visit the country’s national parks free of charge for this week only.
This week is National Parks Week and during this period, people will get a chance to enter into the parks free of charge during the day. The free access does not apply to overnight visitors in any of South Africa’s national parks.
Launching National Parks Weeks in George, Water and Environmental Affairs…Continue
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