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SAHISA and SABISA 2018

Come and find out why Engage is proving to be so popular in South Africa.

Engage is on their large Stand 5, October 19 to 22 at Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg and will be showing the latest additions to its award….

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EduTECH 2018 – win a drone

Make a note to visit Engage on Stand 90 at EduTECH 2018, Sandton Convention Centre on 9th and 10th October where our popular and award winning Engage school management system will be on show. Just by visiting the stand, you’ll win the opportunity to…

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Contacting Engage by email

If you haven’t heard form us, it may be because we now use Office 365.

Although it’s a great service, there have been several reports and occurrences of customers having difficulty in delivering e-mail to our addresses. Hence, we thought we’d post an explanation of the cause.

This may also help if you use 365 in your school….

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Engage 2018 IT Seminar

‘A really interesting and challenging seminar.’ A comment repeated by many attendees to the Engage 2018 IT seminar. Despite the morning’s unexpected load shedding, standby generators kicked in and what was at first adversity

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90 attend July User Groups

‘Really good and inspiring,’ said one delegate. ‘So informative,’ said another. ‘I should have been here last year – I must have missed so much.’ Such words and more, with echoes of appreciation, were really encouraging. ‘It shows

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Our week at BETT 2018, London

Accepted as the global education technology event BETT saw 850 exhibitors and 34,700 visitors from every possible corner of the globe. Engage offered schools a calm space away from the normal hustle and bustle of BETT’s shop floor with an exclusive meeting room providing the perfect setting

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Tyrone Easton joins the team

Tyrone joins our growing team as a Schools Liaison Officer. With a BA in Sports Communication from the University of Johannesburg, he coached cricket and rugby at St John’s College before moving to St Stithian’s Boys College