Hello everyone, I hope you are well and doing great welcome to my new post HOW EDUCATION SYSTEM WILL CHANGE AFTER COVID-19 ? As we all know that Educational Institutions are closed from such a long period of time, till now no one knows when Educational institutions will reopen again. Students are doing self study […]Continue reading “HOW EDUCATION SYSTEM WILL CHANGE AFTER COVID-19 ? — SUDARSHAN PALIWAL”
It is with great sadness that we have come to learn of the passing of Professor Stephen De La Harpe, the executive dean of the Faculty of Law at the University of the North West. Professor De La Harpe was deeply committed to the well-being of his students and it was through his care andContinue reading “Passing away of Professor Stephen de la Harpe of the University of the North West”
© United Nations Alliance of Civilizations (UNAOC) | unaoc.org New York – The United Nations Alliance of Civilizations (UNAOC) led the first Online Youth Consultation on Preventing Violent Extremism through Sport… 440 more words UN Global Programme partners hold first Online Youth Consultation on Preventing Violent Extremism through Sport — United Nations Alliance of Civilizations (UNAOC)
If you grew up in a developed country, you took the education luxury for granted and never thought about millions of people around the world who can’t read or write. The World Population Review shares the literacy rate for most countries around the world each year and their 2020 report was published recently. If you […]Continue reading “Top 10 most educated countries in Africa — Delusional Bubble”
(Credit: Unsplash) This article is brought to you thanks to the collaboration of The European Sting with the World Economic Forum. Author: Chema Vera, Interim Executive Director, Oxfam International • Last year, OECD members only gave 0.3% of their GNI to aid – less than the 0.7% promised. • 0.7% would help the world’s poorest countries meet the […]Continue reading “The world’s poorest people are owed $5.7 trillion, says Oxfam — The European Sting – Critical News & Insights on European Politics, Economy, Foreign Affairs, Business & Technology – europeansting.com”
The Mahon Foundation has provided 5 new bursaries to LLM students at the university of the North West. Congratulations to the following students: Mava, Precious Alutha; Mpala, Ruth; Goliath, Jeandre; Moniatse, Mpho Matthews; Dlamini, Siyabonga Mpumelelo
So far, we’ve spent R580,633.44 this year on our various initiatives since 1 March 2017. Here’s a closer look: Assistance with Professional Expenses R12,106.44 Provision of School Equipment R20,000.00 Pupilage Bursaries R20,000.00 Student Tuition R486,227.00 Work Opportunities R42,300.00
Our founder, Adv Don Mahon, speaks about Public Interest Law at the Clinical Cannabis Convention.
We are happy to have procured the donation to the Pyramid Beauty School of Beauty Equipment worth R20 000.00 The Pyramid Beauty School is an accredited school of Health and Skincare Therapy providing quality and professional qualifications for anyone looking to go into a career in Cosmetology. Visit their site by going to http://www.pyramidbeautyschool.co.za
Meet Sophy, the recipient of the Mahon Foundation Scholarship towards the obtaining of a Chartered Accountant South Africa qualification. We wish her all the best for the task ahead.