South Africa fares well against other countries in terms of recycling with reclaimers commonly known as the waste pickers, accelerating the recycling rate. The recycling industry offers income opportunities to just over 60 000 South African citizens most of which are...read more
Millions of young people in South Africa do not have formal education or any form of training that could assist them in securing an employment. A report was released by Statistics SA in the Quarterly Labour Force Survey (QLFS), stating that just over an approximated 8...read more
To assist you in adjusting to new ways of working, studying, lecturing and living at Nelson Mandela University in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, the University has produced a Return to Campus pocketbook. The 20-page pocket-sized reference publication is...read more
Students have always fought for their rights in South Africa and even during the implausible times of injustice, inequality and divisiveness, students have been agents of revolution. It is a continuous trend from its earliest existence and was associated particularly...read more
Planning critical to success, say Madibaz cricket graduates Forward planning to ensure they could handle both their academic and sporting commitments was crucial to their success, say Madibaz cricketers Matthew Christensen and Luphumlo Ncanywa. The Nelson Mandela...read more
Drive, old-school discipline and time-management skills are shared traits of the latest crop of Madibaz Sport graduates. That – along with support from their families, friends, lecturers and coaches at Nelson Mandela University – have seen these student-athletes excel...read more
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