Monthly Archives: Aug 2019


The International North South Edtech Conference and Expo will run from the 11th to the 13th of September in Cape Town. The conference will look at the digital disruption of education and training, including ICT capabilities, evolving digital technologies, and skills development needs. Click here for full details

Edtech Conference and Expo





The 19th Annual Commission for Employment Equity (CEE) report has just been delivered to the Minister of Employment and Labour, Thembelani Thulas Nxesi, by the Employment Equity Commission (CEE). During the 2018 employment equity (EE) reporting period, 27 485 employment equity reports were submitted by designated employers. These reports took […]

What the 19th Annual Employment Equity Commission Report means for ...



Written by Dr. Hannes Nel, MBL; D. Com; D. Phil   Post-modernism gradually became popular from the 1950s onwards. Instead of relying on one approach to knowing, post-modernists support a pluralistic epistemology which utilises multiple ways of knowing. Post-modernism is more than just a philosophical movement or school of thought […]

Research Article 19: Post-modernism





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Written by Dr. Hannes Nel, MBL; D. Com; D. Phil Post-colonialism is the study of the impact of colonial rule on colonised people and how it impacted on their culture, economy, religion, government, etc. The key to post-colonialism, as to colonialism, can be found in the presence of any form […]

Research Article 18: Post-colonialism



The law requires that designated employers must submit a report of how representative their companies are (across all jobs in the organisation) regarding race, gender and disability. (A designated employer employs more than 50 staff members. If a company does not have this staff complement, but their annual turnover is […]

Amendments to Employment Equity Reporting Look To Equalise Remuneration Practices



Written by Dr. Hannes Nel, MBL; D. Com; D. Phil According to the positivist paradigm, true knowledge is based on experience of the senses and can be obtained by observation, and by conducting experiments, control, measurement, to achieve reliability and validity. Positivism, therefore, strives for objectivity, measurability, predictability, controllability, patterning, […]

Research Article 17: Positivism