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Motshekga Unveils Proposed Plan to Re-open Schools by June

Schools will re-open on the 1st of June for grade 7 and 12 learners after being closed for more than two months due to the Coronavirus...

MEC Debbie Schafer: Re-Opening of Schools In Western Cape Not Possible

Nyakallo Tefu MEC for Education Debbie Schafer says learners in the Western Cape will not return to school next as announced by Basic Education Department on Wednesday....

SADTU Rejects Basic Education’s Schools Re-Opening Plan

Nyakallo Tefu and Charles Molele The South African Democratic Teachers Union has accused the Department of Basic Education of engaging in bad faith, insisting that no schools will...

COVID-19 Crisis: DBE Announces Phased Re-Opening of Schools for Matrics and Grade 7 Learners

Charles Molele and Nyakallo Tefu Department of Basic Education on Wednesday announced guidelines to reduce the risk of coronavirus infection in schools that are scheduled to re-open next...

‘Clueless’ Higher Education Minister Failing University Students: EFFSC

Nyakallo Tefu  The Economic Freedom Fighters Student Command (EFFSC) has accused Higher Education Minister Blade Nzimande of ‘inaction’ and ‘indecisiveness’ on how best to deal...

Students at UCT Forms COVID-19 Research Task Team

Faculty of Health Sciences students at the University of Cape Town have formed a special COVID-19 research task team to act as the official voice for...

Ramaphosa: ‘Poverty, Unemployment and Inequality Continues To Stalk Our Land’

Cyril Ramaphosa On this day twenty-six years ago, a new nation was born in Africa. On the 27th of April 1994, the...

Government Urged To Limit Re-opening of Schools To Grade 12 Learners Only

Nyakallo Tefu About 11 million South African learners might have to spend the rest of the 2020 Curriculum year doing online learning if a proposal...

Western Cape Education Offers School Teachers Tips on How To Teach Learners During COVID-19 Lockdown

Nyakallo Tefu  The Western Cape Education MEC Debbie Schafer has offered teachers guidelines and programs to learn how to make use of online resources.    Schafer said on...

MEC Debbie Schafer: Quality Teaching At Home During COVID-19 Pandemic

By Debbie Schäfer, Western Cape Minister of Education With schools closing all over the world due to Covid-19, online or distance learning have become the new buzz words...

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