Laureate International Universities and Monash South Africa present a worldwide index of student attitudes on higher education.
South African youth are echoing their global peers, with 97% voicing a need for universities to equip them in taking on educated entrepreneurial and leadership roles in society. This is according to a global index of student attitudes compiled by Laureate International Universities and Zogby Analytics. Local partner and part of the Laureate International Universities network since 2013; Monash South Africa (MSA) conducted the survey at the South African campus.

DHL delivers rugby to Africa

Epic 11 month journey through 45 countries concludes
A team of seven who embarked on an epic journey from Cape Town through Africa to London in October 2014 as part of DHL’s Africa as One campaign, have finally arrived at their final destination after traveling through 45 countries.

University in a box: American university opens gates to 500 Syrian Refugees

University of the People to offer tuition-free degrees to Syria’s lost generation
University of the People (UoPeople) has announced that it will accept 500 Syrian refugees to study tuition-free toward bachelor degrees in Business Administration or Computer Science at the university’s virtual campus.

Oxfam supports journalists’ participation with additional fellowships

The authors of the top five prize-winning stories will be invited to attend and cover the COP21 UN climate summit in Paris

UNDP Climate Change Storytelling Contest: Oxfam supports journalists’ participation with additional fellowships

Oxfam will support the Voice2Paris global storytelling contest launched in August by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) by providing three additional fellowships for participating journalists to cover the UN Conference on Climate Change, COP21, in Paris in December. Oxfam’s contribution to the contest aims at encouraging journalists’ participation in climate change reporting and raising public awareness of climate actions.

Capitalize on today’s changing workforce to drive business success - DHL Africa

Capitalize on today’s changing workforce to drive business success - DHL Africa

The workforce landscape has evolved quite significantly over the last few decades, with women in leadership and milliennials (Generation Y) taking centre stage as the drivers of business performance in the future.
As with many other industries, the logistics industry has traditionally been male-dominated, but this has been changing over time. Charles Brewer, Managing Director of DHL Express Sub Saharan Africa (SSA), says that the company has made great strides in evolving their leadership structures in SSA and since 2011, the number of female employees in leadership roles have more than doubled.

Breaking Stereotypes

The Fun Side of Being Serious Book Series