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Monthly Archives: July, 2019

100 SA Shining Stars To Be Formally Recognised

The sterling efforts of young South Africans who are contributing to positive change in the country, and making a tangible difference to the lives...

Eradicating Pit Latrines In Limpopo Schools Tops Education Department’s Priority List

Rolivhuwa Sadiki Limpopo’s Department of Education has prioritized the eradication of pit toilets during the coming financial year. The department has allocated R32,291bn for phasing...

New Colleges, 4IR High On Higher Education Department’s Agenda

The Department of Higher Education, Science and Technology plans to have a post school training institution in every district municipality over the next...

DBE & Japan Cement Maths Outcomes Initiative

Basic Education Minister, Angie Motshekga and the Ambassador of Japan, Norio Maruyama has cemented a partnership aimed at improving Mathematics learning outcomes in South...

Only 1 Day Left For Online Applications – GED

The Gauteng Education Department (GED) has warned parents that there is only one day left for for Grade 1 and Grade 8 online applications for 2020...

Inside Education Adopts Benoni Junior School In Memory Of Madiba On #International Mandela...

Inside Education has marked International Nelson Mandela Day, the annual international day in honour of South Africa's first democratically elected president, by adopting Benoni...

Basic Education Minister Unveils 11 Focus Areas In Budget Speech

Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga says her department plans to enrol all South African children in a two-year compulsory Early Childhood Development (ECD) programme...

Ditch The Double Standards

Concrete steps need to be taken to create awareness and monitor the implementation of a new international code aimed at stamping out “ethics dumping,”...

Accelerate Transformation In Academia & Research Communities Demands Nzimande

The findings of a study into what is retarding the production of South African black women academics is imminent, Higher Education, Science and Technology...

No Magic Wand To End School Violence – Basic Education Minister

Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga says there's no magic wand to end violence in schools. Presenting her department's her annual performance plan in Parliament, Motshekga...

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