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Monthly Archives: April, 2018

Varsity rankings for bragging rights are useless

Jonathan Jansen Which is South Africa’s top university? Is it UCT or Wits? It depends who you ask, when you ask and which ranking system...

School sport: Disabled children and able-bodied children should compete

Mosibodi Whitehead Team South Africa recently returned from a successful campaign at the Commonwealth Games in Australia. The team won 37 medals: 13 gold, 11...

Shortage of beds at universities

Msindisi Fengu The government is planning to build at least 300 000 beds for universities and colleges in the next eight years, amid growing concerns...

‘Why did we take over 20 years?’ – Zuma on free education

Thuletho Zwane Former President Jacob Zuma gave a lecture in Umlazi, KwaZulu-Natal on Thursday where he took the opportunity to slam South Africa’s governing party, the...

Ramaphosas’ primary school received upgrades

CAJ News  A Soweto school that boasts among its alumni, President Cyril Ramaphosa, has received an upgrade. The renovation of Tshilidzi Primary School by the Volkswagen...

IAAF wants Semenya to lower her testosterone levels or quit, says report

Agency South Africa’s queen of the track Caster Semenya may be forced, once again, to lower her testosterone levels. If she doesn’t, she will not...

Teachers feel excluded from South Africa’s schools by race and culture

Nuraan Davids Emotions ran high  at a high school south of Johannesburg in 2017 when the largely coloured community rejected the appointment of a black...

Lesufi Slams Effigy In His Likeness: ‘These Morons Came To ‘Hang’ Me!’

Inside Education Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi sent a tweet with the following words last night. "These morons came to our offices to “hang” me! We...

Ex UCT SRC President found guilty of abusing SRC resources

Vernac News  The University of Cape Town’s Student Governance Court has found former SRC President, Karabo Khakhau, guilty of abusing SRC resources to defame other...

Private schools in Rwanda close down as public schools become more attractive to parents

Newspeak Private schools in Rwanda are on the verge of closing down due to low patronage. A report by Daily Nation says desperate proprietors who face closure of...

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