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Monthly Archives: June, 2019

100 SOUTH AFRICAN SHINING STARS – FULL VERSION

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Moves To Dent High Youth Unemployment Gather Pace

"Limited opportunities," "Empty promises by government," "lack of funding and support," "being exploited as graduates,"' "ideas being stolen"... These were some of the frustrations...

Nzimande Promises More Higher Learning Institutions For SA

South Africa will have a university or other further learning institution in each of its 44 municipal districts, the minister responsible for higher education...

Sol Plaatje University Education Head Tackles Tricky Language Debate

Research by the Head of Education at Sol Plaatje University has revealed that teachers are facing a complicated situation of whether to use English...

Helping Kids Learn To Evaluate Online Content

Amy Mascott Educator, Author, Founder of teachmama.com As a reading specialist and former high school English teacher, I’ve witnessed technology enhance our lives in and out...

Literacy Is A Human Right

Literacy should be understood within a rights-based approach and among principles of inclusion for human development. The rationale for recognising literacy as a right...

SA Youth Choir Rocks ‘America’s Got Talent’

The Ndlovu Youth Choir from Limpopo drew a standing ovation after last night's moving performance on the world's biggest talent show, America's Got Talent. Judges...

UJ Student handed 15 Year Sentence for Murdering Flatmate

A University of Johannesburg student who killed his flatmate by bludgeoning him with a hammer before stabbing him multiple times was sentenced to 15...

No Art Supplies? No Problem for SA’s Coffee Artist

Enoch Mlangeni can't afford art supplies, so he uses coffee instead. The 27-year-old from Sasolburg stumbled on this innovative form of art when he spilled...

SA school system based on ‘dumbing down’ – Jonathan Jansen

There is a lack of understanding in government about the extent of the country's education crisis, says professor Jonathan Jansen of Stellenbosch University's education...

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