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Pragma’s student training programme offers professional, personal development

11th January 2019 Our Chief People Officer, Stéphan Pieterse, and the top three students from the 2018 Student Training Programme talk about the highlights of the programme. More about the STP: 

Tailoring learning to the individual – Part two

14th December 2018 In an attempt to better understand the blended learning approach, we met with the Pragma Academy Learning and Development team to provide answers to some frequently asked questions. Is there still a benefit to keeping classroom courses? 

Tailoring learning to the individual – Part One

14th December 2018 “Increasingly, organisations are recognising the importance of tailoring learning to the individual rather than applying a ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach.” (Thorne, 2003) This is a comment we have all read or heard in some format and, appreciative of our individuality, it makes perfect sense!... 

Pragma secures investment to develop their next generation Enterprise Asset Management software

14th December 2018 Pragma, leading physical asset management and engineering firm, has secured a significant investment to support the development of their next generation enterprise asset management system, On Key. This move sees a global manufacturing client partnering with Pragma to include On Key into their new... 
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Corruption, weak governance hinders sub-Saharan Africa’s economic growth – IMF

Countries in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) could strengthen their economic performance by improving governance and reducing corruption, a working paper published by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has found. The paper, titled ‘A Governance Dividend for Sub-Saharan Africa?’ stated that... 

Trade conditions to remain subdued, warns Sacci

The South African Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s (Sacci’s) trade conditions survey for December showed that activity had improved slightly on November, if adjusted for seasonal factors, while six-month prospects remained subdued. The seasonally adjusted Trade Activity Index (TAI) was at 47,... 
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