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Official: Schools To Reopen On February 15 As Country Fights Second Wave Of COVID-19, Basic Education Confirms

NYAKALLO TEFU THE Department of Basic Education has delayed the reopening of public and private schools until February 15 as the country fights a second...

EFF Asks Government To Delay Reopening of Schools Until COVID-19 Storm Is Over

THE Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) has called on government to delay the reopening of schools, scheduled for 27 January, until the COVID-19 storm is...

University of Pretoria Researcher’s Team Discovers New Compounds With The Potential To Eliminate Malaria

THE University of Pretoria (UP) has discovered new potent chemical compounds that show potential as candidates for both the treatment and elimination of malaria. Professor...

Matric Marking Will Be Completed On Time, Department Of Basic Education Confirms

NYAKALLO TEFU THE Department of Basic Education says despite a huge number of markers pulling out of marking the matric exams, the process will be...
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Questions Mount Over Schools With Pit Latrines in South Africa

KATLEHO MORAPELA WITH the 2021 academic year expected to commence later this month, questions over the state of sanitation in a number of schools across...

Teacher of The Week: Limpopo’s Dzata Secondary School Principal Wins African Union Teacher’s Prize

LIVHALANI Sinyosi, the principal of Dzata Secondary School in Nzhelele’s East Circuit, has been named as the winner of the African Union (AU) Continental...

What Long Term Affect Will COVID-19 Have On School Sport?

WHAT long term effect will Covid-19 leave on school sport? In short nobody really knows the impact that not playing sport for a year...

Chadwick Boseman’s Black Panther Gives A Boost To Diversity In STEM – A Black Engineer’s Take On Personal And Professional Inspiration

Chadwick Boseman played a superhero on the big screen, but he had a real-life superpower – the ability to inspire the next generation of...

Transworld To Publish Book Encouraging Women Into STEM Careers

KATHERINE COWDREW TRANSWORLD has bought She’s In CTRL, a book "about women, tech and daring to dream" by Dr Anne-Marie Imafidon, a leading advocate for girls going into...

SA’s 10th Medical School Open At Nelson Mandela University For 2021 Applications

South Africa’s 10th medical school, located at Nelson Mandela University’s Missionvale Campus in Port Elizabeth, opens its doors in March 2021. This was announced by...

UJ’s Professor Tshilidzi Marwala Clears Up 5G Myths

SIMNIKIWE MZEKANDABA FIFTH-generation (5G) technology is not something sinister as some conspiracy theorists may have people believe, but is the progression of current technologies as...

Fear As More Matric Exam Markers Test Positive in Eastern Cape, Gauteng

NYAKALLO TEFU DOUBTS were raised on Wednesday whether the marking of matric exams would be completed as the Second Wave of COVID-19 gets out of...

IEB Hits Back At Gauteng MEC Panyaza Lesufi’s Claims ‘It’s Being Subsidized By The Poor’

NYAKALLO TEFU THE Independent Examinations Board (IEB) has hit back at Gauteng MEC Panyaza Lesufi’s claims that it wants to force the poor to...

Kenya: Students Return To Schools After 9 Months

MARCHING to their schools wearing colorful uniforms nearly after nine months, streets in the East African country of Kenya were swarmed with students on...

National Teachers Union President, Allen Thompson, Dies After Contracting COVID-19

NYAKALLO TEFU President of the National Teachers Union, Allen Thompson, has died after contracting COVID-19. The teacher union’s Secretary General Cynthia Barnes confirmed the death...
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Pupil Infection Rates Are Proof That Schools Aren’t Safe, Says Teachers’ Union

BRITAIN’s biggest teaching union says that figures showing the Covid infection rates among pupils are proof that schools are not safe. The National Education Union...

Kenya: Students Return To Schools After 9 Months

MARCHING to their schools wearing colorful uniforms nearly after nine months, streets in the East African country of Kenya were swarmed with students on...

Zimbabwe Postpones School Reopening Due To COVID-19 And Impending Cyclone

ZIMBABWE has postponed the reopening of schools planned for next week, the government said on Wednesday, due to a surge in coronavirus infections and...

Nigeria School Attack: 800 Pupils Missing After Gunmen’s Raid

THE Nigerian military had located and exchanged fire with gunmen who kidnapped scores of secondary school students in northwestern Katsina State, according to a statement...

Colorado Student, Scientist Named Time’s ‘Kid of the Year’

A 15-YEAR-OLD Colorado high school student and young scientist who has used artificial intelligence and created apps to tackle contaminated drinking water, cyberbullying, opioid...
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