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Monthly Archives: January, 2019

Quality of education in Africa

Staff Reporter Africa is the most youthful continent in the world with more than 200 million youth aged 15 to 24, and creating productive employment...

Francois Pienaar flummoxed by E Cape rugby being stuck in mediocrity

Khanyiso Tshwaku The 1995 Rugby World Cup-winning captain Francois Pienaar said he didn’t understand why the Eastern Cape’s rugby talent hasn’t taken South African rugby...

New academy teaches home languages

Karabo Ledwaba A teacher has taken it upon herself to help young black Model C and private school kids learn their mother tongues. Gomolemo Monye founded...

Motshekga takes education drive to Mpumalanga

Staff Reporter Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga is taking the #Read2Lead and #SecondChance programmes to the youth of Khotso Tsotetsi Lapa, eMbalenhle and Secunda in...

Zimbabwe: High school students abandon class fearing arrest over violent protests

Mashonaland East Correspondent Some high school pupils in public schools here have not been reporting for class in the last two weeks fearing arrests for...

The University of KwaZulu-Natal is lookin for a vice-chancellor

Mphathi Nxumalo The hunt is on for a new boss for the University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN) The deadline for applications for the position of vice-chancellor at the...

Poor-quality teachers are holding back South Africa’s education system

Natasha Robinson Half of all South African pupils who have attended school for five years can’t do basic calculations. This is according to a 2015...

Education quality and the youth skills gap are marring progress in Africa

David E Kiwuwa The Ibrahim Index of African Governance measures and monitors Africa’s governance performance. It produces an impartial picture of governance performance in every country on...

African countries should be building private-public partnerships in higher education

Staff Reporter Private-public partnerships have become a common strategy for countries all over the world to meet their development goals. In the global north, these...

Man who went from gardener to lecturer will do PhD in England

Nompilo Gwala Like many kids, he grew up working the fields and herding cattle and when he was a teenager he took odd jobs as...

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