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Monthly Archives: January, 2019

Basic education department lashes out at WCED over #MatricResults claim

Staff Reporter The Department of Basic Education (DBE) on Sunday questioned the Western Cape education department's assertion that the province produced the highest 2018 matric...

How technology, businesses and communities help poor schools thrive

William Gumede It would take a Herculean effort to rescue South Africa’s failing government schools in townships and rural areas, yet it is urgently necessary...

#MatricResults2018: For those who failed, this is not the end of the road

Omphitlhetse Mooki Bucket loads of tears were shed last week - tears of joy and tears of sadness.As some leapt for joy and basked in...

Students flock to tertiary institutes for last-minute spots

Sisonke Mlamla Thousands of students were already flocking to tertiary institutions on Sunday trying to secure a spot for the new academic year. Cape Peninsula University...

Inside Rwanda’s new sports and talent detection programme in schools

Athan Tashobya   On Friday last week over 200 young basketballers concluded a holiday camp “in style”, Rwanda Basketball Federation noted. The camp culminated with two entertaining days...

Chaos at Unisa registration as students demand answers

Goitsemang  Tlhabye University of South Africa (Unisa) management have urged patience and understanding, saying work towards resolving course accreditation woes and learner material issues were...

Students warned to beware of bogus institutions

James Mahlokwane Prospective students have been warned to look out for bogus institutions of higher learning amid a scramble to get spaces. The warning was issued...

Thousands of Grade 1 and 8 learners still waiting to be placed in schools

Mpiletso Motumi There  are still over 17000 learners who still need to be placed in Grade 1 and Grade 8 classes. Parents had until Monday to...

#MatricResults: Son of a street hawker becomes a top achiever

Staff Reporter East London's International Convention Centre was a scene of jubilation on Friday evening as the Eastern Cape education department honoured its 2018 matric...

WATCH: Khayelitsha private girls school centred around Pan Africanism

Staff Reporter Forty one years since the 1976 Soweto uprising, young people are changing the narrative around education in the townships by designing a system...

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