Last night UNISA conferred the degree of Doctor of Philosophy (honoris causa) on former Minister of Science and Technology and former Deputy Minister of Education, Mr Mosibudi Mangena, at a graduation ceremony. Let us use this as an opportunity to strengthen the idea of Maths and Technology as a career option especially for our children and youth.
Poems by First Citizens:
A day from an era that ought not to be forgotten
Yet we with insatiable greed spoil ourselves rotten
Their fight was sacrificial, perilous and one of just
Our enfeebled values however prevents such lust
Kulcha Kwest: 11 June 2013 at on SABC1 - Tuesdays, 18h30 - Elaine, Fassie Khosa is a 32 year old female living in Cape Town and working in the Aviation Industry. Her family lives in Johannesburg, Vosloorus. Fassie’s mother is Xhosa and her late father is Shagaan. Fassie’s father died when she was seven years old; ever since then the family has been detached from their Shangaan roots and living the Xhosa way.
Ndumiso Hadebe, the winner of the One Day Leader, an SABC 1 television show, was invited to the SABC by the Chairperson of the Board, Ms. Zandile Tshabalala on the 6th of June. The SABC presented him with a sponsorship opportunity to China. The sponsorship couldn’t have come at a right time as June is considered a Youth Month and this is the best way to empower Ndumiso by affording him this rare opportunity of learning and exploring in a country that is best known for being advanced in the Technology Industry.
As Africa’s most successful advanced technology trade show, Mediatech is proud to
announce Gearhouse SA as the official technical sponsor for this year’s exhibition. Gearhouse SA is a leading, total technical solution group, servicing all aspects of the events industry. Visitors to Mediatech can look forward to experiencing Gearhouse’sstate of the art technology, put together by qualified and passionate personnel.
TX Date 11/06/2013: Social auxiliary workers complement and support the social workers’ team in offering services to individuals, families, groups and communities. In South Africa there’s a great need for qualified and dedicated social auxiliary workers to work alongside qualified social workers.