The Correlation between Sleep, Exercise, Diet and Exam Results

Have you ever felt extremely tired during exam periods, outside the fact that you could be working 8-5 or raising a family? Other lifestyle factors could affect you which could be due to a lack of sleep, bad diet and lack of exercise, so here are some tips on how to counter this…

SACOB’s Top 10 ICB Achievers

The South African College of Business (SACOB) is proud to announce that three students were placed within the Top 10 Institute of Certified Bookkeepers (ICB) Achievers.

Comments on National Scarce Skills List Top 100 Occupations in Demand

This document provides a list of the top 100 occupations in the country that are considered to be in short supply, accompanied by an explanation of the methods and processes followed in compiling the list. The purpose of the list is to inform, inter alia: human resource planning and development; resource allocation and prioritisation; the development of relevant qualifications, programmes and curricula; and international recruitment strategies.

What is Project Isizwe?

Project Isizwe is a non-profit organisation created to bring the internet to South Africans, by smoothing the growth of the process of Free Wi-Fi for communal spaces in low income communities.

Tips for tackling an online course

So you have heard about this thing called an online course or maybe you have even enrolled in one but you have no idea the best way to tackle it. You dont know what steps you should take before starting your course or what techniques you should use during your course. We have put together an outline of how to tackle an online course in this blog post.

10 Ways to Increase Productivity in the Workplace

Productivity in the workplace can be affected by a myriad of things. It is imperative that top management endeavour to identify and implement all sorts of ways to maintain and keep improving the level of productivity of its workforce.

I am very impressed

This is the first time I am studying correspondence and I am very impressed with the service you have given me. Whenever I needed anything you always went the extra mile and I really appreciate it. (I just hope my way of studying will help me do well)

Debt Management for students

Studying can be a costly activity. As a student you can expect paying between R25 000 and R35 000 a year studying as an undergraduate at any of South Africas universities. Studying through private institutions you can look at paying almost R50 000 for select courses.