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THE Department of Basic Education has scrapped this year’s exams for Grade 10 and 11 in favour of controlled tests. In a circular, department...

Gauteng Education Department Launches Investigation After School Allegedly Suspends Learner For Speaking Out Against Racism

THE Gauteng Education Department has launched an investigation into the suspension of a pupil following claims of racism. The...

Select Committee on Education Welcomes Plans of Department of Sports For The Next Financial Year

THE Select Committee on Education and Technology, Sports, Arts and Culture has congratulated the Deputy Minister of the Department of Sport, Arts...

Over 400 Maths And Science Teachers From Zimbabwe Unable To Enter SA Due To Travel Restrictions – DA

THE Democratic Alliance has called on the Department of Education in Limpopo to engage with the Home Affairs Department to allow some...
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Over 5 Million SA Learners Still Not Receiving School Meals – DBE report

NYAKALLO TEFU WHILE the implementation of the National School Nutrition Programme has improved, over 5 million children who qualify...
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#TuksSport: Q&A With Dr Rendani Mulaudzi, Celebrating His 20 Years Of Service

Dr. Rendani Mulaudzi joined TuksSport in 2000 as a Sports Manager. In 2007, he was appointed as a Deputy Director. With his...

How The SASO Nine Trial And Steve Biko Remain Relevant To Student Protests In South Africa

ANNE HEFFERMAN STUDENT protests swept across South African campuses in 2015 and 2016 under the banner of #FeesMustFall. The...

If Universities Won’t Prepare Africa’s Young For The Future, Afia Amanfo’s Studentshub Will

WHILE teaching high school students in a rural community in Ghana, Afia Bobia Amanfo came into a deeper realisation of the failings...

Times Higher Education Ranks NWU Among Top Six Universities In South Africa

The latest rankings of world universities by Times Higher Education (THE) are another feather in the cap for the North-West University (NWU)....

SASCO Demands Establishment Of A Student Bank, Expansion Of NSFAS

NYAKALLO TEFU THE South African Students Congress has called on President Cyril Ramaphosa to establish a student bank to...

New York Red Bulls Appoints Ex-Kaizer Chiefs Star Bradley Carnell As Interim Head Coach

Bradley Carnell has been named interim head coach by the New York Red Bulls. Carnell, a former South African...

University of Cape Town Retains Its Spot As The Top Tertiary Institution On The African Continent

THE University of Cape Town has retained its spot as the continent’s top university, tying at 155th among more than 1 500 institutions...

SAUS Raises COVID-19 Concerns As 66% Of Students Return To Unsafe SA Campuses

NYAKALLO TEFU SOUTH AFRICAN Union of Students (SAUS) has raised safety concerns as 66% of university return to several...

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OPINION: Professorships Must Be Earned

JONATHAN JANSEN THERE is a fraud we seldom talk about. It concerns the way in which the title “professor”...

Africa: Time to Face It! The Old Education System Is Obsolete and Irrelevant

WALE AKINYEMI WITH a lot of disruption taking place, what is the workplace of the future going to look...

OPINION: Ramaphosa Says 3 Key Bills, Once Finalized, Will Beef Up Fight Against GBV and Femicide

CYRIL RAMAPHOSA A YEAR AGO, almost to the day, thousands of women, men and children marched to Parliament to...

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Seven KZN Learners Suspended Over Two Separate Bullying Incidents

THE KwaZulu Natal Department of Education has expelled five learners from the Newlands East Secondary School after they were captured on camera...

Afrikanerbond Backs Decision To Allow Eastern Cape Matrics To Write Exams In isiXhosa

GREATER recognition urgently needs to be given to mother tongue instruction in South Africa's education system to avoid negative consequences for the...

#TuksSport: Q&A With Dr Rendani Mulaudzi, Celebrating His 20 Years Of Service

Dr. Rendani Mulaudzi joined TuksSport in 2000 as a Sports Manager. In 2007, he was appointed as a Deputy Director. With his...

Leading Schools In Terms Of Crisis: Six Lessons For School Leaders

PROFESSOR FELIX MARINGE Good leaders must never be caught off guard and suffer complete paralysis in times of crisis....

After Years of Gains, Black STEM Representation Is Falling. Why?

When Shirley Malcom decided in 1963 to forego the University of Alabama, the still fitfully integrating school just 50 miles from her...

Knowledge Takes Lephong Village Youngster To Greater Heights

THE sky is surely the limit for a young man from the dusty streets of Lephong Village, who recently graduated from Corvinus...

How The SASO Nine Trial And Steve Biko Remain Relevant To Student Protests In South Africa

ANNE HEFFERMAN STUDENT protests swept across South African campuses in 2015 and 2016 under the banner of #FeesMustFall. The...
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Knowledge Takes Lephong Village Youngster To Greater Heights

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COVID-19: This Is What Worries Young People The Most

IT’S often said viruses don’t discriminate. But how the COVID-19 pandemic affects you varies greatly depending on many factors – in particular,...

SPECIAL REPORT| How Africa May Lose Out On The Race To Solve The COVID Conundrum

WANJOHI KABUKURU TWO French medical Professors Camille Locht of the French National Institute of Health and Medical Research (INSERM)...

World’s First COVID-19 Vaccine? A Ray of Hope as Russia’s Sechenov University Successfully Completes Human Trials

MOSCOW| As the world races to come up with an effective vaccine against Covid-19, Russia has become the first country to successfully...

Health Minister Zweli Mkhize Says Eastern Cape COVID-19 Scooters Are Not Suitable Ambulances

EASTERN Cape scooter ambulances don't meet the basic criteria for patient transport as an ambulance. This was the response...

Coronavirus Breakthrough: Trials For New Vaccine Set To Begin From Wednesday, Says Wits Scientists

NYAKALLO TEFU WITS SCIENTISTS have revealed that the university is set to launch the first clinical trials of...

People Living With Diabetes Could Develop ‘Severe’ COVID-19

EVIDENCE slowly emerging in South Africa suggests that people living with diabetes (PLWD), as well as those with an elevated body mass...

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Copperbelt University: Zambia’s President Mourns Death of Good-Luck Fish

THE death of a giant fish, fondly called ‘Mafishi,  which lived for over 3 decades, in a pond, at one of Zambia‘s...

UNICEF: ‘Education Emergency’ As Third Of World’s Children Lack Remote Learning

ONE in three schoolchildren across the world have been unable to access remote learning during coronavirus school closures, the U.N. children’s agency...

Oxford Is Best University In World But Cambridge Drops To Sixth

OXFORD has been ranked first in an international league table of universities for a fifth year in a row.

590,000 Students Return To Elementary, Middle Schools In Beijing

THE first batch of some 590,000 students has returned to primary and middle schools in Beijing, which started opening on Saturday, August...

Infections Rise To More Than 1,000 On University Of Alabama Campus

MORE than 1,000 students at the University of Alabama have tested positive for Covid-19 since classes resumed on the Tuscaloosa campus less...