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Archive for 2012

Short Course: Results-based Management Approach to Project Planning

16 April 2012

Venue: Cape Town Dates: 9-11 May 2012 Lewis Carroll in Through the Looking-Glass wrote; “It is said that if you do not know where you are going, any road will take you there.”  For development organisations, one of the best routes to take towards reaching their destination is through the […]

AREPP: Theatre for Life receives prestigious STARS Impact Award

28 March 2012

The African Research and Educational Puppetry Programme Trust (AREPP): Theatre for Life recently won the international Stars Impact Award for their generous contributions to education in Africa and the Middle East. The organisation that currently engages over 120,000 youths between the ages of five and 18 years old, underwent a […]

Opportunity for freelance researchers

5 March 2012

CREATIVE CONSULTING & DEVELOPMENT WORKS is urgently looking for freelance researchers who have the following key skills to work on upcoming projects: Social science researcher with statistics/quantitative expertise: Experience in working in quantitative research designs Completed statistics courses for the behavioural/social sciences SPSS proficiency Experience in report writing/ writing up […]

Residents furious over new Chapman’s Peak Toll

29 February 2012

Protesters against the construction of a new toll gate plaza on Chapman’s Peak have revved up their efforts in delaying building on site with various demonstrations including handcuffing themselves to the scaffolding at construction points – and in an extreme case, saw a woman entering into a 15-day hunger strike. […]

Kingsley Holgate on a new adventure

2 February 2012

One of Africa’s most well known explorers, few have seen the continent of Africa the way Kingsley Holgate has. He has been in practically every country on the continent carrying out amazing humanitarian and aid work. A fellow of the Royal Geographical Society, Kingsley is also known as the “Grey Beard […]

SOPA and PIPA threaten access to information

19 January 2012

Both the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and Protect IP Act (PIPA) have been making international headlines this past week as protests against these proposed Bills gain momentum. This week protests were scaled up when online giants Wikipedia and Google joined in on the protests by blacking out their sites […]

Education and Development work hand in hand

4 January 2012

Thousands of matriculants across the country are waiting anxiously for their final exam results from last year to be released. This is a crucial step in the process of development for any young adult as the future of their education will be based on these very results. An interesting article […]