Publication

Future SA magazine, with a national footprint, is published quarterly each year to provide informative educational content to our readers trying to navigate their or their children’s educational future. In terms of human development, the importance of early childhood development and education can’t be overstated. Each child’s early years are the foundation for future development, providing a strong base for lifelong learning
abilities, including cognitive and social development. Education and training is seen as the vehicle to assist in uplifting communities through enabling people to obtain better-paying jobs, in addition to developing an upskilled workforce that will help South Africa grow.

The magazine aims to encourage individuals from diverse backgrounds to unlock their potential and grasp opportunities through education/training. The magazine also helps to connect our readers to development programmes, educational platforms and institutions, financial planning, networking opportunities, and ultimately employment.

Print frequency
February – April
May – July
August – October
November – January

Future SA is available at Exclusive Books and Spar stores nationwide

  Latest News

SCHOOL IN A BOX IMPACTS EDUCATION AND BENEFITS LEARNERS ACROSS AFRICA

School in a Box broadens reach and impact in SA and beyond While the COVID-19 pandemic had a negative impact
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Failure to prepare for learning – where most corporate learning and development programmes go wrong

By Dr Eric Albertini, SA Business School Globally, organisations spent $359 billion on learning and development (L&D) in 2016. It’s
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PG Bison 1.618 Education Initiative 2021 winners announced

Zander Etienne Deysel, architecture student at Nelson Mandela University, has been announced as the winner of the prestigious 2021 PG
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Superiate Upliftment Programme launches in SA

Youth and community upliftment initiative, the Superiate Upliftment Programme (SUP), has been launched nationwide, bringing together business, government, schools and
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Head of Health Appointed at REGENT BUSINESS SCHOOL

The fast pace, ever evolving nature of healthcare coupled with massively overburdened health systems globally, is driving demand for bold
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 Higher Education

Temporary Employment Services sector important economic health indicator.

The Temporary Employment Services (TES) sector has proven once again to be an important measurement of the health of the
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Energy and Water Sector Education and Training Authority capacitates entrepreneurs to address Eastern Cape Food-Energy-Water challenges through 4IR solutions

The Energy and Water Sector Education and Training Authority (EWSETA) has partnered with the 4IR-AquaTech Business Accelerator programme, which aims
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Graduates need to be taught how to cope with tomorrow not yesterday

Learn about how REGENT BUSINESS SCHOOL produces work-ready, future-fit leaders at its stakeholder event Does 19th Century-style classrooms equip 21st
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 Youth / Skills Development

PATHWAY TO EMPLOYMENT FOR YOUTH

South Africa’s biggest advantage for a global future, a young population with an average age of 27 years, is currently
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World Youth Skills Day: Unemployment driving unrest in South Africa

Is there a way we can reverse youth unemployment in this country?  In the midst of South Africa’s deep unrest,
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Innovative Skills Development Training Academy sets up shop in Cape Town

Proven learnership model will create opportunities for the Western Cape’s unemployed youth During June, Edupower Skills Academy opened the doors
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 Employment Opportunities

The power of learnerships to transform youth employment in South Africa.

Learnerships are powerful tools to address an age-old quandary – employers want people with skills and practical knowledge to
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Five tips to get you hired quickly

Getting a job after COVID-19 is possible Fred Razak, Chief Trading Strategist at CM Trading, shares a few tips
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Animation helps local educators fill COVID-19 learning gaps..

The impact of COVID-19 on education could be felt for as long as ten years. By the end of 2020, it
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Podcasts

World Youth Skills Day: Unemployment driving unrest in South Africa

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