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Monthly Archives: October, 2018

South Africa’s top agriculture college shuts its doors following protests

Russel Molefe One of the top agricultural colleges in the country, situated in Limpopo, has been shut down following a series of protests which disrupted...

South Africa: Limpopo SGB chairperson pockets matric farewell money

Peter Ramothwala A school governing body (SGB) chairperson allegedly stole R29 000 earmarked for her school's matric farewell and later claimed it was taken during...

Kenya worried by shortage of teachers for core subjects

Ouma Wanzala Kenya is facing a crisis over shortage of teachers in some core subjects offered in secondary schools. The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) said there...

South Africa: Future stars camp gets underway

Staff Reporter The 2018 Copa Coca-Cola Future Stars camp officially got under way last Tuesday with players selected for this year's tournament reporting for the...

Gauteng education department ‘working tirelessly’ to place 23 000 pupils by October 31 deadline

Staff Reporter With the deadline for the placement of learners at Gauteng schools approaching, the Gauteng department of education says has assured parents that 23...

26-year-old Nigerian highest paid robotics engineer in the world

Staff Reporter A 26-year-old Nigerian, credited for building the world’s first gaming robot, Silas Adekunle, has become the highest paid in the field of robotic...

Africa: SA’s free coding college is looking for students

Timothy Rangongo WeThinkCode, a tuition-free training institution with campuses in the Johannesburg and Cape Town, is recruiting new students for 2019. WeThinkCode's campus in the Joburg...

South Africa: Naledi Pandor opens R200m library in East London

Aretha Linden A R200m university library that will serve 18,000 students from three universities was officially opened in East London on Saturday by higher education...

At least 124 school teachers dismissed over ‘sexual harassment’ in Mozambique – report

Staff Reporter The Mozambican government has reportedly sacked at least 164 school teachers over the last 12 months for various reasons, the main one being...

Aggrieved matric pupils who allegedly set school alight meet with officials

Jenna Etheridge Aggrieved matric pupils from Ndaliso Secondary School in the Eastern Cape who allegedly went on a rampage and burnt down the school's administration...

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Andile Nongogo Appointed New NSFAS CEO

THE National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) has appointed Andile Nongogo as its new chief executive officer for the next five years.

Opinion: DUT Vice-chancellor, Principal Professor Thandwa Mthembu Talks About The Kind Of Leadership Required To Reform The Country

PROFESSOR THANDWA MTHEMBU I have been asked to share some reflections on the topic: What kind of leadership is required...

Basic Education Launches A Full-Scale Investigation After Another Question Paper Leak Rocks Final Matric Exams

BASIC Education Minister Angie Motshekga has condemned in the strongest terms the leaking of Physical Sciences Paper 2 exam, which was...

Michaela Robinson Wins Big At Wits University’s Annual Sports Awards

THE future of sailing is clearly in good hands – judging by the recipients at the annual Wits Sports Awards. The sport...

Classroom Corner: Hugh Corder, A Man For All Seasons

VETERAN law scholar and activist Professor Hugh Corder well remembers his BCom LLB graduation at the University of Cape Town (UCT). It was...
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