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All systems go for the basic education vaccination programme

NALEDI SHOTA| Plans are under way to vaccinate about 582 000 people in the education sector from Wednesday. The department of basic education released a document on...

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South Africa needs tech classrooms

We have got to get technology into South Africa’s schools – now. This is according to head of education for the socio-economic development and...

Lesufi says school infrastructure provision remains the biggest challenge in his department

NALEDI SHOTA| The Gauteng MEC for education, Panyaza Lesufi, has said that his department has increased compensation to school fee exemptions that are granted to parents.  Lesufi...

The basic education sector to start its vaccination programme on Wednesday

NALEDI SHOTA|  Basic education minister, Angie Motshekga, says she has not ruled out that schools might close as Covid-19 infection rises. However, she said, for now the...

Wits University will compete in the international RoboCup tournament

Wits University students will participate in this year’s 3D RoboCup simulation league tournament – a world cup for soccer robots tournament taking place virtually from 22...

Ntuli brothers set to represent South Africa at the Tokyo Olympics

University of Pretoria’s Nqobile Ntuli and Siphesihle Ntuli are set to compete at the Olympic Games in Tokyo. Siphesihle is the men's hockey team's assistant...

Killing of Buyani Primary School principal was a hit – Lesufi

NYAKALLO TEFU| Gauteng Education MEC, Panyaza Lesufi, has said all information about the shooting of a school principal at Buyani Primary in Finetown, Johannesburg, will be...

Educators to be vaccinated in the next 10 days

NYAKALLO TEFU|  The Department of Health announced on Thursday that over 400 000 educators will be vaccinated by the end of June 2021. The department said 300 000...

‘We need to up the game on Maths and Science’ – Eastern Cape MEC

NYAKALLO TEFU|  The Eastern Cape Department of Education says it needs to improve its teaching and standards on Mathematics and Science for grade 12’s in...

Bushbuckridge residents speak of pain of disabled learners that are locked in their homes and not attending school

NALEDI SHOTA| Parliament’s portfolio committee on social development has called for better care and treatment of children living with disabilities.  This is after the committee learned...

North West learner flies school flag high in a Maths competition

NYAKALLO TEFU|  A grade 12 learner from Coligny Secondary School in the North West won the final round of a Virtual Mathematics Competition (VMC2021). 18-year-old Boitumelo...

Much more needed than Ramaphosa’s reform gimmicks

DUMA GQUBULE| In the face of soaring unemployment, which has created an unviable society, and brutal energy blackouts in the middle of winter, President Cyril...

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