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Monthly Archives: October, 2018

South Africa: Auditor-General slates NSFAS for irregular expenditure

Takalani Sioga The National Student Financial Aid scheme (NSFAS) annual report released in September showed that the student fund overpaid students by R503.4 million in the 2017/2018...

Senate calls for more efforts to educate historically marginalised Rwandans

Kelly Rwamapera Senators have called upon the Ministry of Education and its partners to pay extra attention to the issue of children from the historically marginalised...

South Africa: Protests could disrupt matric exams

Nico Gous Despite risks identified by officials‚ parliament’s portfolio committee on basic education feels confident that schools are ready for the matric exams. This comes after...

Western Cape schools embrace transgender learners

Christina Pitt Western Cape schools are starting to embrace transgender learners and are encouraged to protect members of the LGBTQI community from bullying, thanks to...

TVET colleges key ‘to building skills’

Virgilatte Gwangwa   Higher Education Minister Naledi Pandor regards Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) colleges as the new hope in South Africa, she said...

Botswana: Association grows hockey in schools

Keswetseng Samokunda Botswana Hockey Association (BHA) has introduced development programmes to grow the sport. The targeted areas include Kanye, Lobatse and Jwaneng in the southern part...

South Africa: Condolences pour in for late Eastern Cape education MEC

Staff Reporter Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga sent condolences to Eastern Cape Education MEC Mandla Makupula's family on Monday. Makhuphula died at an East London hospital in...

Financial literacy: Don’t take credit

Capitec Bank "Don't take credit" - a seemingly contradictory message coming from a bank. Understanding some of the financial and societal pressures faced by consumers, Capitec Bank has...

South Africa: NSFAS CEO resigns

Staff Reporter The CEO of the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS), Steven Zwane, has resigned on the first day of his disciplinary hearing. On Friday,...

South Africa: Tshwane University of Technology campuses reopen

Virgilatte Gwangwa Students at both Tshwane University of Technology campuses in Soshanguve were scheduled to return to classes on Monday after six weeks of unrest. The...

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