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How Kemisola Bolarinwa invented a smart bra to detect cancer and save lives globally

KEMISOLA Bolarinwa is a robotics and embedded systems engineer. She’s also the Founder and CEO of Nextwear Technologies, a company that builds wearables to enhance...

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THE Department of Basic Education is making significant changes to the school curriculum to boost mathematics, science and technology among learners in the country...

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Western Cape launches new Solar Photovoltaic qualification at TVET Colleges to deal with SA’s energy crisis

WENDY MOTHATA| THE Western Cape premier Alan Winde and Finance and Economic Opportunities Minister Mireille Wenger have launched a brand new Solar Photovoltaic (SPV)...

South Africa: Women Challenged to Find Solutions to Climate Change

SOUTH African women have been challenged to take part in conversations aimed at finding solutions to mitigate the impact of climate change. Member of the...

DPWI allows high school use of the Sandrift Sport Field

THE Department of Public Works and Infrastructure (DPWI) has concluded an agreement with Noorder Paarl High School for the use of the Sandrift Sports...

R140m school for Rustenburg mining community

THE Ministers of Basic Education and Minerals and Energy have officially unveiled a newly built world-class Waterkloof Hills Combined School in the mining community...

Krugersdorp rapes| We must act now and together to end violence against women – Ramaphosa

CYRIL RAMAPHOSA| IT has been a tragic start to Women’s Month. Last week, we were once more confronted with the dark and ugly side of...

ANC reiterate calls for a comprehensive review of the education and training system in South Africa

THE ruling African National Congress (ANC) has once again reiterated calls for a comprehensive review of the education and training system in South Africa...

CSIR to host Career Day to spark STEM ambitions in learners from disadvantaged schools

STAFF REPORTER| THE Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) will host its annual Career Day this week, to expose learners from township and rural...

South Africa is facing another skills crisis – Nzimande

SOUTH Africa needs to increase the number of researchers and technicians it has at its disposal if it wants to remain globally competitive in...

Major skills shortage looms for schools in South Africa, says Julian Hewitt, CEO of the Jakes Gerwell Fellowship

ALMOST half of South Africa’s teachers are going to have to retire in the next 10 years, says Julian Hewitt, chief executive officer of...

School feeding programmes are great value for money

Stéphane Verguet, Harvard University HUNDREDS of millions of children worldwide attend class every day. With such a wide reach, schools can effectively deliver a vast array...

Opinion| Reigniting internationalisation in a challenging South African context

IN early 2022, South African public higher education institutions eagerly moved back to face-to-face teaching, learning and engagement, resuming a degree of normalcy after...
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