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WE close Youth Month on a sad note. Twenty-one young people lost their lives at Enyobeni Tavern in East London. Events like this remind...

New school subjects planned for South Africa

THE Department of Arts and Culture plans to formally introduce more cultural subjects to the school curriculum as a way of encouraging interest and...

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Science| South African Engineer Turns Protein-rich Caterpillars Into Savoury Biscuits and Chocolates

A start-up entrepreneur, hailing from South Africa, has changed the perception of considering caterpillars as a worm by turning them into a snack. Though...

Classroom Management| Dealing with unruly behaviour among schoolchildren in a tumultuous world

CONRAD HUGHES| COVID has left a lasting impact on education in a number of ways. Deficits in learning may never be fully redressed; backlogs,...

SASCO, EFFSC in the Free State plan to boycott exams after arrest of five CUT students

ANGRY Central University of Technology (CUT) students in the Free State are planning to boycott exams in solidarity with the arrest of five students...

There’s nothing like sport for developing focus and intensity, says retired cricket legend Vince van der Bijl

VINCE VAN DER BIJL Sport is an enigma. It permeates all aspects of society. It is played in the streets and on the biggest stages...

Ndabeni-Abrahams officially opens the Centre for Entrepreneurship Rapid Incubator (CFERI) at Walter Sisulu University

SIPHOKAZI MAKHANDA MINISTER of Small Business Development Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams officially launched the Centre for Entrepreneurship Rapid Incubator at Walter Sisulu University’s Zamukulungisa site in...

NSFAS commended for providing funding for poor students – Manamela

WENDY MOTHATA| DEPUTY MINISTER of Higher Education, Training, Science and Innovation, Buti Manamela, has commended the work of the National Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS)...

Unisa opens registration for 2nd semester 2022

REGISTRATIONS for 2nd Semester at the University of South Africa (Unisa) is currently open and will now close on 18 July 2022. The university...

Classroom Management| Africa’s schools evolve to next-generation learning with Google for Education

GOOGLE for Education, backed by Chromebooks, is emerging as the technology of choice among schools and universities across South Africa and the rest of...

Updated Covid rules for schools in South Africa, including an option to wear face masks

THE Department of Basic Education has confirmed that it will adjust its existing regulations to align with South Africa’s new regulations around mask-wearing and...

UCT vice-chancellor: An incomplete degree should not end dreams of a career

MAMOKGATHEI PHAKENG A 2019 study revealed that 78% of university students could not complete their three-year degrees in the allotted time. In fact, over...

North-West University announces new chairperson and deputy chairperson of its Council

THE North-West University (NWU) Council has elected a new chairperson and deputy chairperson. Bert Sorgdrager, a seasoned legal professional with more than 30 years’...

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