These days, anyone can add a filter to an image and think they’re a photographer. The truth is they are – no filter necessary. Even without professional training, an increasing number of people are finding Read More
Millions of learners in South Africa do not have access to books, while eight out of ten schools do not have libraries, according to the Department of Basic Education.
In the build up to the launch of its flagship and brand new digital programme ilovelife, ilovelife implemented a pre-launch campaign at selected high schools in Johannesburg. The aim was to introduce young people to Read More
This year’s ArchitectureZA 2015 (AZA2015) boasts an impressive line-up of international speakers with a wealth of varied and fascinating contributions to the world of architecture.
If you’ve ever driven with a neurotic driver or compulsive last-minute-braker, your neck is probably twitching at the memory of your last near-whiplash experience. Automotive fitment centre chain, Tyres & More is appealing to bad Read More
All security budgets have limits. CSOs and other security practitioners have to continually make difficult decisions on how much risk is acceptable, which risks to mitigate, and which to accept.
Rand Aid Association’s charity shop’s shelves are empty. The 112-year-old registered non-profit organisation asks that you urgently donate good quality items you no longer want to its charity shop.
Red & Yellow, a marketing, advertising and communication school, has unveiled an ambitious growth strategy that aims to help drive employment and skills creation by recruiting and training at least 100,000 students by 2020.
It is well-known that substance abuse has a negative effect on different areas of the brain, which can lead to impairment in cognitive functioning.
Most companies today have implemented bring your own device (BYOD) strategies, that allow their staff to use their personal devices, whether tablets or smartphones, at work. However, a recent BitDefender survey has revealed that BYOD Read More