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Monthly Archives: May, 2018

Learners use field as toilet

Yamkela Ntshongwana Young children are forced to use a field as a toilet at Ntshingeni Senior Primary in the Eastern Cape school, while teachers turn...

Rural community development central to Africa’s industrialisation

Thuletho Zwane Victor Oladokun’s grandfather was a cocoa farmer. His grandfather lived in a small village in Nigeria. “But all through his life, my grandfather never...

Mother bought fake permit to get her child into school

Bernard Chiguvare     Zimbabwean families caught between the departments of Home Affairs and Education are resorting to buying fake documents in order to register their...

School sport at the heart of correcting inequalities

Mosibodi Whitehead When I decided to write about the importance of school league football for the overall development of South African football, I could not...

Skeem Saam actor Cornet Mamabolo opens village library

Julia Madibogo Skeem Saam actor Cornet Mamabolo has achieved his dream of building a library in his village, Maripathekong, in GaMolepo, Limpopo. Mamabolo, 28, who plays the...

Budget cuts for the department of basic education

Inside Education Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga on Wednesday tabled her department’s budget where she spoke of budget cuts, funding for infrastructure and the change...

Eastern Cape mud schools progress stalls

Bongekile Macupe  The Eastern Cape education department predicts it will have eradicated all mud schools in the province by 2022 — six years later than...

Late payday highlights plight of grade R teachers

Bongekile Macupe Grade R teachers in KwaZulu-Natal were paid several days late this month — highlighting the fact that these foundation-phase educators have yet to...

‘Code of silence no longer exists’ – Lesufi on Parktown Boys High

Yoliswa Sobuwa and Nico Gous Gauteng MEC of education Panyaza Lesufi expressed the need for the establishment of a new code of conduct during his...

Digital technology can help reinvent basic education in Africa

 Erwan Lequentrec and Francesc Pedró  African countries have worked hard to improve children’s access to basic education, but there’s still significant work to be done. Today, 32.6...

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