Business Brief: Online courses boost employment chances

Jobseekers need not be limited by their education or lack thereof. They should make the most of technology, and move beyond simply relying on their formal education, to include online short courses in their arsenal.

Online short courses are an effective way of connecting local youth with world-class quality education. They also equip jobseekers with practical digital skills sought by employers, which makes them stand out from the crowd and improves their chances of finding employment.

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Giving back on Mandela Day

In honour of Mandela Day 2018, a delegation from Lulaway in partnership with the SABC Foundation, donated a counselling room to the Khazimula Children’s Project in Howick, KwaZulu-Natal. The home, located near the capture site of the late statesman, shelters vulnerable children.

Lulaway’s Marketing Director, Errol Freeman, spoke about the initiative on SAFM:



Lulaway at the Khazimula Children’s project in Howick, Kwazulu-Natal




Lulaway on Hectic Nine 9


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