The Loeries, Africa and the Middle East’s premiere organisation rewarding innovation and creativity in brand communication, is now accepting entries for the 43rd edition of its globally respected awards.

The bursary programme has evolved over the years, starting in Finance with an aim to increase the number of black CA’s in South Africa. 

Are you looking to solve the world's COVID-19 crisis? Well, several higher education institutions are challenging student engineers and designers to create a ventilator as South Africa continues to fight the virus.

Do you currently have your matric or/are in a tertiary institution and looking for funding? 

Calling all secondary school learners! The 2021 SADC Secondary School Essay Competition is happening. Enter now and you could win your share of 1000 US dollars!

Celebrity fashion designer Gert-Johan Coetzee plans to grow the South African fashion industry through the Gert-Johan Coetzee bursary programme.Gert-Johan Coetzee believes to give back to the community, and his two annual bursaries, one for Fashion Design and Fashion Communication.

Stand a chance to win R5000 with the University of Western Cape's Vision 2035 Student Competition! UWC wants to hear your voices and needs your help, creativity and insight in planning for the future. Win top prizes simply by participating in this exciting competition.

DigsConnect makes looking for accommodation easier for students. As well as assisting you in finding a home while you study, DigsConnect has a giveaway and you could be winning R50000. 

Good news for all young entrepreneurs! Competition TIME! Entrepreneurs should submit their business ideas between Thursday, 18 April – Sunday, 19 May 2019. 

The Competition Commission has urged schools to adhere to the school uniform guidelines aimed at curbing anti-competitive behaviour at schools.

Judo Chop (25) performing stunts on his skateboard at the Kings Beach Development Skateboarding Contest which took place recently. The contest was aimed at promoting and encouraging skateboarding amongst the youth of Port Elizabeth and is supported by Mandela Bay Development Agency.