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Monthly Archives: February, 2019

Five top tips to succeed in your first year of university

Maria Chisari  For many students and their parents, transitioning to university is an exciting but daunting experience. Here are five tips to help students succeed...

Rossi finds fountain of youth in his academy

Stanislas Touchot  Tavullia, Italy - Motorcycling legend Valentino Rossi says he has discovered the fountain of youth in his VR46 Riders Academy as he aspires...

Boy pointing ‘firearm’ at fellow pupil released

Virgilatte Gwangwa The 16-year-old boy found in possession of a toy gun at a school in the city last week and pointing it at a...

Radical business forum warned against race baiting at KZN schools

Chris Ndaliso The KwaZulu-Natal Parents’ Association has warned a local business forum against sowing divisions between residents of Indian descent and black South Africans. This follows the...

Department guns for teachers with criminal records

Mayibongwe Maqhina  Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga has said the South African Council of Educators (Sace) is complying with new regulations requiring teachers to submit...

NSFAS struggles with backlog

Mayibongwe Maqhina  The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) still has a backlog of more than 80 000 unresolved bursary applications - with 19 000...

Disturbing cyber-bullying statistics ranks SA tops

Wendy Jasson da Costa A shocking 25% of parents have reported that their child had been cyber-bullied. This, according to a 2018 Ipsos Global Adviser study...

Do you have what it takes to be a Youth Cadet?

Staff Reporter his past weekend, the City’s Metro Police academy hosted 100 learners from five schools in the city for a leadership camp. The learners were...

Department of Basic Education accused of failing to meet its own targets

Zodidi Dano  Advocacy group Equal Education (EE) has accused the Department of Basic Education of failing to reach its own targets. The department has remained stagnant,...

SA youth struggling to develop positive money values due to poverty

Heartlines Financial pressures are holding young people back from achieving financial freedom. At first glance the township of Siyabuswa in Mpumalanga seems fairly quiet. The empty...

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