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Monthly Archives: January, 2019

Victory for SA space science

Staff Reporter South Africa has been recognised as a leading player in the space science sector. The South African National Space Agency (SANSA) has been selected...

Suspended #SchweizerReneke teacher to address media

Molaole Montsho Rustenburg - Laerskool Schweizer-Reneke teacher Elana Barkhuizen, suspended after a picture of her class showing black learners separated from their white counterparts went...

No-fee schools turn away learners who can’t afford to pay

Cally Ballack Some “no-fee” schools are insisting parents pay once-off fees - and turning away Grade R children whose parents can’t pay. South African schools are...

Student strike called off after Unisa reaches agreement with SRC

Staff Reporter The University of South Africa (Unisa) and its student representative council (SRC) reached an agreement on Saturday that will see the student strike called...

ANC manifesto: Education, land, jobs and blockchain

Staff Reporter Ahead of South Africa's elections in May, President Cyril Ramaphosa unveiled the ruling African National Congress (ANC) manifesto. The BBC's Andrew Harding unpacks...

Kenya will start teaching Chinese to elementary school students from 2020

Abdi Latif Dahir Kenya will teach Mandarin in classrooms  in a bid to improve job competitiveness and facilitate better trade and connection with China. The country’s...

Rwanda warns schools against hiking fees

Jean d'Amour Mbonyinshuti Rwanda's Ministry of Education (MINEDUC) has intervened to stop the increase of fees in public and government aided schools, saying that the cost...

Tertiary institutions should adopt rigorous admission criteria for teacher education programmes

Nicola Vermooten Future generations need to be taught by capable and committed teachers. On 3 January 2019 Angie Motshekga, Minister of Basic Education, announced the results...

MEC calls for calm as parents demand removal of Laerskool Schweizer-Reneke principal

Boitumelo Tshehle North West education MEC Sello Lehari told angry residents on Thursday to allow his department to investigate racism at Laerskool Schweizer-Reneke and not...

A message for the class of 2018 from education minister Angie Motshekga

Angie Motshekga It is with an immense sense of pride that I congratulate the class of 2018. The 2018 cohort was a pioneering group that saw...

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All Matriculants Set To Rewrite Maths and Physical Science Exams After ‘Scandalous’ Leaks – Motshekga

NYAKALLO TEFUBASIC Education Minister Angie Motshekga announced on Friday that all matriculants will have to rewrite Maths and Physical Science papers after...

Man Appears In Court Over Matric Exam Leak

NYAKALLO TEFUTHEMBA Daniel Shikwambana has appeared in court in connection with the leaking of one of the National Senior Certificate (NSC) examination...

What Complexity Theory Can Teach Leaders Of South African Universities Today

UNIVERSITIES are complex, dynamic organisations which must adapt in ways that aren’t always planned or predicted. For some university leaders, such challenges...

Government’s Progression Policy For Grade 4 & 9 Learners Given Thumbs Up By Teachers’ Unions, Education Experts

NYAKALLO TEFU TEACHERS’ unions and education experts have welcomed the government’s decision to give learners in Grade 4 and...

Over 40 000 Grades 1 and 8 Learners Still Not Placed In Gauteng Schools: Lesufi

NYAKALLO TEFU GAUTENG MEC of Education, Panyaza Lesufi, says over 40 000 online applicants for Grade 1 and Grade 8...
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