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Monthly Archives: November, 2018

Uganda: Government tasks varsities to focus on research, innovation

Shabibah Nakirigya Uganda's Education ministry has urged institutions of higher learning to channel their energies and finances in carrying out research and innovation, a measure,...

Zimbabwe: Schools venture into fish farming

Emmah Chinyamutatinga Eight schools in Manicaland have embarked on fish farming to boost nutrition, economic development and income generation. Nearly 1 560 fingerlings were stocked in...

South Africa: Boy stabbed in school toilet to be laid to rest in Zimbabwe

Thuso Masango The grade 1 pupil who was stabbed and killed in a school's toilets on Monday will be buried in his mother's native land...

South Africa: Sex predator’s sentence hailed

Lindi Masinga Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi said he welcomed the 23-year sentence meted out to sex offender Collan Rex, the former water polo assistant at...

PICS: UKZN engineers turn Waste to Art

Staff Reporter  One does not normally associate engineers with high fashion, but such was the case as sassy young UKZN engineering students sashayed down the...

South Africa: Mobile libraries donated

Staff Reporter The Kgato Primary School in Bloemfontein has received a donation of seven mobile libraries to help improve learning and teaching at the school. The...

Malawi: National Library Service drills teachers in library management

Andrew Mkonda National Library Service says it is geared to complement government efforts of ensuring that pupils are able to read and write in their...

South Africa’s school governing bodies have the power to build inclusive schools

Phillip Louw It is not surprising that the exclusionary admission policies and practices of certain public schools are considered discriminatory on the basis of race. With...

South Africa: Are there too many teachers in KZN?

Thami Magubane The number of students training to be teachers at tertiary institutions in KwaZulu-Natal should be reduced because there is an “oversupply” in the...

Swaziland students sell themselves for sex because scholarships have not been paid

Staff Reporter Students in Swaziland/Eswatini are selling themselves for sex to raise cash for food because the government has not paid their allowances. A trade in...

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