Sometimes, life does not work out the way one thinks it would and that is not necessarily a bad thing as it may open doors and bring different parts of what you want together. This has been the case for Thabo.
Why do scams survive, without changing much, other than minor details? Here I am again, talking about scams. However, I would like to take a more philosophical view this time. Let us look at how and why people get caught. Again. And (sometimes) again!
I want to state that scams illustrate parts of the Human Condition we may not be too proud of. Added to that the novel situation we find ourselves in with the Coronavirus and the unprecedented acceleration of the Fourth Industrial Revolution has made this worse.
A university has invited me to address their history department. I think they did so because I am the only fossil – an ex-student – they could find. Initially I thought it would be fun to tell the students about what it was like studying at that institution during the 1970s (the good old days?) but on reflection I realised it is all a bit embarrassing!
A Whale-bus as a means to cross the Atlantic! Certainly some of the future predictions made by the French commercial artist Jean-Marc Côté and his team at the 1900s World’s Fair ‘Exposition Universelle’ were strange, indeed! The same can be said for the predictions made by many futurists throughout the ages.
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development of the National Qualification Framework (NQF) in South Africa. The NQF is the system we use to determine different levels of academic achievement.
Registered training institutions offer programmes that provide specific, quality outcomes. Doing a registered course also means that your qualification will be recognized by employers, in South Africa as well as other countries. Continue reading “When education is a waste of time”