Unlocking Africa’s growth through employability-focused education

Employability by Divij Punvani, Growth & Analytics at Honoris United Universities To build a stable and prosperous future for Africa, it is crucial that education focuses on employability. A highly cited definition of employability describes it as “a psychosocial construct that embodies individual characteristics that foster adaptive cognition, behaviour, and affect, and enhance the individual-work…

Celebrating Women In STEM

Women in STEM by Honoris Staff Writer The Fourth Industrial Revolution is transforming the way we live, work and think; disrupting industries, governmental systems and the labour market. This change will have wide-ranging implications for the role of women in society, specifically in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM). As low-skilled jobs become increasingly automated,…

Leading the way for women in STEM

Women in STEM by Honoris Staff Writer Women around the world have long been held back by biases, social norms and expectations that influence the subjects they study. They are underrepresented particularly in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) careers. The low numbers are not only because many women are not embarking in careers in…