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Higher Education Minister seeks to push skills for growth in her maiden Budget

Edwin Naidu THE New Minister of Higher Education and Training, Dr Nobuhle Pamela Nkabane, in her maiden R137.5 billion budget for the 2024/25 financial year...

Basic Education Minister Gwarube aims for bolder, ambitious, evidence-based targets to improve education

Inside Education Reporter Basic Education Minister Siviwe Gwarube said she will not implement policies or programmes without evidence of their value in an effort to...

Minister Gwarube visits Carletonville school community to console families of deceased and injured learners

Inside Education Reporter Basic Education Minister Siviwe Gwarube visited Rocklands Primary School and Laerskool Blyvooruitsig in Carletonville, Gauteng Province, yesterday accompanied by Gauteng MEC...

Celebrating South Africa’s scientific and research excellence

Staff Reporter THE Minister of Science and Innovation, Prof. Blade Nzimande, commended all the winners at the 26th annual National Science and Technology Forum (NSTF)-South32...

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Representative Council of Learners urged to become agents of change in SA schools.

Staff Reporter THE Department of Basic Education (DBE) maintains its commitment to strengthening the Representative Council of Learners (RCL) functionality in public schools across all...

Incoming UCT vice-chancellor to commence on 1 August

Staff Reporter THE University of Cape Town (UCT)’s incoming Vice-Chancellor, Professor Mosa Moshabela, will commence his tenure on 1 August 2024. Further to the announcement of 24 May...

UWC Cricket Star Set Sights on Blind Proteas

Sports Reporter Allanzo DONN-LEA Mapoe survived a scare of losing his sight in Grade 3. When he was in Grade 6, a sister at the...

Basic Education Minister Gwarube’s clarion call for effective teaching and learning

Johnathan Paoli BASIC Education minister Siviwe Gwarube has called on all stakeholders to intensify efforts aimed at creating a conducive environment for teaching and learning. Gwarube...

Ghost of Mayibuye Primary School construction scandal, back to haunt Gauteng Government

Johnathan Paoli ActionSA has welcomed the Public Protector Kholeka Gcaleka's recent report into the mismanaged construction of the Mayibuye Primary school. Gauteng Provincial Caucus leader Funzi...

SADTU urges newly-appointed Higher Education minister to drive transformation, root out corruption

Johnathan Paoli THE South African Democratic Teachers Union (SADTU) has noted the appointment of Nobuhle Nkabane as the Minister of Higher Education and said it...

Mixed feelings, but the new education chiefs promise fresh thinking

Edwin Naidu The South African education sector is on the brink of a new era, with the unexpected and intriguing appointments of Siviwe Gwarube and...

From TikTok Tutorials to Fashion Triumph: UWC Student’s Journey

Staff Reporter In 2020, during her gap year, Asenathi Unabantu Mjacu, a third-year student at the University of the Western Cape (UWC), embarked on an...

‘Acquiring skills is pivotal to professional growth’

Staff Reporter Melato Moremi, a dynamic 30-year-old science communicator, is committed to making science accessible and engaging for all. With a Bachelor of Science degree...

Blues head to USSAs with Varsity Cup dream very much in mind

Staff Reporter Blues head coach Chase Morison says this year’s USSAs will give his charges a taste of the intensity required to play Varsity Cup...

Meet New Basic Education Minister: Siviwe Gwarube

Johnathan Paoli President Cyril Ramaphosa on Sunday night announced former DA Chief Whip Siviwe Gwarube as the new Minister of Basic Education, replacing ANC veteran...

Digital Childhood and the role of schools to ensure a safer and healthy online experience

Staff Reporter Over the past decade, technology has significantly transformed how we live, work and communicate. For parents, its impact has been especially profound. The...

The USAf programme for emerging academics works on a monitoring tool for universities’ support systems

Staff Reporter THE Advancing Early Career Researchers and Scholars (AECRS) Programme, under the auspices of Universities South Africa (USAf), has met with representatives from public...

Historical Memoir of 1976 Student Protests Launched at UWC

Staff Reporter It was a well-attended and celebratory unofficial class reunion at the University of the Western Cape (UWC) at the book launch of the...

Youth have to rebuild with stronger eye on the future

Kuyanda Kala Ahead of the recent, highly contested national elections, a popular mantra among the youth on social media was that “2024 will be our...

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