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Tattler's Believe It Or Not

From Ants to Zebras, this A-Z list of strange but true facts on just about anything and everything is an ongoing project that you are welcome to contribute towards. STRANGE BUT TRUE ALCOHOL FACTS Absinthe is another name for the ...

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Want to Teach English Abroad?

teacher with blackboard in background

These are the Top 5 countries for South Africans to head to Working abroad is a dream that many of us have particularly in the age of social media and the jealousy-inducing #wanderlust hashtags that appear on your feed. For ...

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AccorHotels and Mantis Invest in Future of Tourism in Africa

AccorHotels and Mantis have announced that Bulelwa Maxam and Tumelo Daniels are the recipients of the Accor/Mantis bursary to study towards a B.Com Hospitality Management at Stenden South Africa in Port Alfred, Eastern Cape. Stenden South Africa offers Bachelor of ...

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FEDHASA Cape Awards Student Bursaries

CAPE TOWN, South Africa, 26 October 2018 – As part of FEDHASA Cape’s on-going efforts to develop young professionals in the hospitality industry and grow the sector in Cape Town, the association has announced its 2018 bursary recipients in several ...

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Heritage visit to Apartheid Museum by Grade 9s

In honour of Heritage Month, Tsogo Sun’s Gold Reef City and Apartheid Museum hosted a full three-hour tour of the museum on 26 September for 115 Grade 9 learners and four educators from Johannesburg Secondary School in Homestead Park, to ...

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Tourism Education: Online Staff Training

Using online learning tools removes boardroom barriers and allows staff to learn at their own pace. So why aren’t more companies – and individuals – taking their training into the digital space? By Nawal du Toit. Corporate training, as many people ...

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DJ Sbu’s Education Foundation Sets R1M Target For Bursaries

The Sbusiso Leope Education Foundation S.L.E.F 2017 empowerment programme is designed to promote youth propelling forward with their education specifically matriculates entering into tertiary education. In 2017 S.L.E.F has identified successful students who matriculated in Gauteng, Mpumalanga & KZN and ...

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Fun chess day in Diepsloot

Seventy learners from five Diepsloot primary schools pitted their chess skills against each other in the annual Tsogo Sun Moves for Life chess tournament in Diepsloot this month. The Tsogo Sun Moves for Life programme is sponsored by Montecasino and ...

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Kwantu Partners with Stenden University

Kwantu Private Game Reserve, located in the Eastern Cape province of South Africa, has announced a strategic partnership with Stenden University, an international higher learning institute headquartered in the Netherlands with campus facilities and education delivery points in Holland, South ...

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BILLIONAIRE GENERATION CONVENTION WEEKEND

Leadership2020 2016 presents The Billionaire Generation Convention: Taking place over 4 consecutive days Leadership 2020 invites Entrepreneurs who are Born To Lead to register for this life changing experience. The Convention is designed to concentrate the focus on what is ...

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Sunday Circle event 8 May

The Sunday Circle is an inspired networking social hosted and designed by Leadership 2020, a future leader training, research & development company in Johannesburg, South Africa. Leadership 2020 invite entrepreneurs for a Sunday Lunch networking experience that will propel your network ...

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Smartphone Vendor Xiaomi hit by Court Injunction in Nigeria

The Federal High Court in Lagos has issued an interim injunction against Xiaomi, whose Mi branded mobile devices are currently available in Nigeria from various retailers. The Federal High Court has ruled in favour of African Mobile Devices brand ‘mi-Fone’ ...

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Teachers take a break with chess

More than 200 Tsogo Sun Moves for Life chess teachers from disadvantaged schools around Gauteng took a well-earned break from teaching last week on 20, 22 and 23 October to participate in the 2015 Teacher Tournaments and Award Ceremonies at ...

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Summit for youth to engage in building a greener future

The Generation Earth Summit, which takes place in South Africa today (Friday, 2 October) at Sandton Convention Centre, is being enabled by Tsogo Sun in support of the Summit’s campaign to give young people a voice in the green space ...

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Aligning CSI initiatives with national priorities

Collaborating with government positively influences the way the corporate sector as well as sports federations and institutions make a sustainable contribution to sports development in schools, particularly in underprivileged areas, according to Vusi Dlamini, Group HR Director for Tsogo Sun. ...

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Loyiso Bala inspires Arts Academy kids in Diepsloot

Participating in the arts can add great value to anyone’s life, multi-award-winning singer, songwriter and producer Loyiso Bala told youngsters of the Tsogo Sun Arts Academy at Diepsloot Primary School on a recent visit to encourage and motivate them. “There ...

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Fun and games for chess kids at Kasparov festival

More than 100 youngsters from the Tsogo Sun Moves for Life Chess programme had their chance to rub shoulders with chess greats at the prestigious Kasparov Chess Foundation (KCF) Africa’s Chess Millionaires Festival at Montecasino recently, when the precinct hosted ...

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Cape Town Tour Operator Course – 25 Aug 2014

The Southern Africa Tourism Services Association (SATSA) is offering an Introductory Training for Tour Operators course in Cape Town, South Africa, in response to the demand of the market. The purpose of this course is to provide an introduction to ...

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