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Monthly Archives: January, 2018

Parent provokes EFF and ANC protesters at Hoërskool Overvaal and gets punched

Bonile Khanyi The first day of school at Hoërskool Overvaal in Vereeninging turned violent when a parent and protesters had a scuffle.  The man, who...

In Pictures: Back to school for some, new beginnings for others

Inside Education went to a few schools in Soweto to capture the back to school excitement. Many grade 1s were going to school for...

Some fear that e-learning will erode African knowledge. This isn’t true.

James Njenga When people discuss the challenges related to e-learning (the use of electronic technology to facilitate learning), they tend to focus on access. This...

Teacher allegedly killed by a grade 8 boy

Bonile Khanyi A teacher was stabbed to death on Saturday, allegedly at the hands of one of his grade 8 learners. Kingston Vhiya, who was a teacher at the...

Department of Basic Education says it’s all systems go for 2018 academic year

Bonile Khanyi The Department of Basic Education says it's all systems go for the 2018 academic year. Most provinces have confirmed they’re ready but Gauteng,...

University registration: It’s back to business for Unisa

Bonile Khanyi Calm has been restored and it's back to business after chaos erupted at the University of South Africa (Unisa) in Tshwane.  On Monday...

Buti Manamela: Government needs to invest more in TVET Colleges

Chester Makana An increasing demand for training and vocational education over the past years dictates that more investment should be diverted to the sector, Higher...

Why African board games should be introduced into the classroom

Rebecca Y. Bayeck When most of us think about learning, we imagine a teacher and a classroom. In reality most of the things we know,...

Student leaders take credit for convincing university management to allow walk-ins 

Thabo Mohlala The sudden climb down by several university management to allow for walk-in registrations was a result of intense pressure applied by student political...

Long lines at TVETs are a sign of new faith in colleges says expert

Thabo Mohlala There is a flicker of hope after this week’s stampedes caused by an influx of prospective students at Capricorn and Motheo TVET colleges....

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