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Educor is the largest private education supplier in Southern Africa. Managing 10 educational brands across more than 60 campuses and sites in South Africa as well as internationally. Since their inception in 2008, Educor has evolved into an education giant offering comprehensive support by providing the relevant infrastructures, technology and support systems to accommodate students via either face-to-face, distance or online learning. Today, Educor is at the forefront of higher education.


And,(as aptly depicted by Steven Turckes ~The Perfect Campus), in a world where the exponential rate of change is the norm, where technology dissolves boundaries, where collaboration across continents is commonplace, where workplace interdisciplinary project teams abound, where competition comes from far flung places, where the ability to create and innovate are highly rewarded - we can no longer rely on educational systems and facilities that were designed for a different time and an economy that no longer exists. We need to reboot and retool both if today’s students are to be successful in the future.


What a privilege it was for Tower Investments to get involved and offer funding support to Educor for elevators, air-conditioning units, IT and LAN infrastructure including desktops, laptops, printers, servers and CCTV equipment in order to keep their campuses well equipped and conducive to a productive learning environment.

Wishing Educor and all their students’ successful and happy times ahead in their ever-growing, ever evolving institution.

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Courtesy of Financial Mail

Fri, 19 Apr 2019 18:07:59 +0200 | Government confident Eskom's China funds will come through by month-end

The Department of Public Enterprises says it is confident that Eskom will receive the necessary funds from the China Development Bank (CDB) by month's end.
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Fri, 19 Apr 2019 14:00:53 +0200 | 'Eskom operating much closer to the edge than realised'

Less than a week after Eskom's CEO declared “the days of surprises are over,” documents show the government was forced to pay R5bn in emergency funds so the state-based utility could meet obligations.
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Fri, 19 Apr 2019 18:09:28 +0200 | Mboweni on Eskom bail out: How China loan delay triggered a scramble for funds

An urgent Treasury report signed by Finance Minister Tito Mboweni to Parliament earlier this month highlights just how dire Eskom's financial situation is after a China Development Bank (CDB) loan failed to materialise, nearly plunging Eskom further into a liquidity crisis.
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Fri, 19 Apr 2019 12:07:14 +0200 | Treasury, Absa in 11th-hour Eskom bailout

Treasury was forced to pay R5 billion on April 2 to meet the obligations of Eskom after a loan from a Chinese bank failed to come through in time, according to Finance Minister Tito Mboweni.
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Thu, 18 Apr 2019 22:05:14 +0200 | Eskom gets R17.7bn of planned support

Eskom has received R17.7bn of planned financial support from the country’s National Treasury
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Fri, 19 Apr 2019 14:04:53 +0200 | In a hot jobs market, bosses have to train their low-paid staff

You’d need a cast of thousands to re-enact Black Friday at a Walmart store, so virtual reality comes in handy at the company’s training centers.
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