Project Isizwe, a non-profit organisation that aims to bring Free Internet Zones (FIZ) to people across South Africa, continues to provide internet connectivity to impoverished communities through free Wifi hotspots.Students, professionals, unemployed people and visitors to open public spaces and schools in the City of Tshwane are already enjoying the benefits of free Wifi, courtesy of Project Isizwe.

Björn Borg launches its spring summer 2015 collection through a game named First Person Lover; taking the collection inspiration of fictitious worlds to a whole new level.

Björn Borg launches ss15 collection with online game

Björn Borg launches ss15 collection with online game.

Through the game, players can wear key looks from the collection, and even purchase the clothes they wear.

– We have taken the aesthetics from the First Person Shooter games and turned it upside down. We want to offer gamers and shoppers a whole new experience at the same time as we continue our mission to take an active stand for more love in the world, comments Lina Söderqvist, Marketing Director, Björn Borg AB.

Johannesburg the second-most inspiring city in the world

It has been confirmed, Johannesburg is a world class African city.
Johannesburg the second-most inspiring city in the world
According to the 2014 Good City Index, Jozi is the second-most inspiring city in the world – after Hong Kong.
In a study conducted by the global Good magazine, Joburg scored the highest points in all categories the publication uses to rank cities. These included categories such as being a Hub of Progress, City Engagement, Street Life, Defining Moments, Connectivity, Green Life, Diversity and Work Life Balance.

University of the People ( President Shai Reshef has announced 1,000 places for South African students at the non-profit, tuition-free, accredited, online international university for 2015.

University of the People

University of the People
The decision comes following the news of matric results last week pointing to an education crisis in South Africa.
Last Monday, South Africa’s 2014 school pass rates of final year students were released, indicating a discouraging drop for the first time in five years after changes to the education system. Low quality educational standards have constrained growth in Africa’s second-largest economy, with businesses struggling to employ skilled workers in a country with over a 25 percent unemployment rate. 70 percent of the jobless in South Africa are under 35. In a survey last year by the World Economic Forum, South Africa’s education system was ranked the fifth-lowest among 144 countries, with its score in mathematics and science the worst of the group.

University of the People

University of the People
University of the People President Shai Reshef together with UNHCR Representative in Israel Walpurga Englbrecht formally announced the launch of a new and unprecedented collaborative project opening the gates to tuition-free, accredited higher education for refugees and asylum seekers all over the world.

Shai Reshef and Walpurga Englbrecht welcomed and congratulated representatives of the first cohort of African refugee students who have just begun their first term under the new program.
UoPeople together with UNHCR have established a special policy to admit refugees and asylum seekers, in cases where official transcripts and documents could not be obtained. The unique policy was approved by DETC, the US national educational accreditation agency of UoPeople, thereby enabling refugees to pursue higher education and earn a university degree. The students expressed gratitude at being offered the opportunity to pursue tuition-free, accredited higher education.

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