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Monthly Archives: June, 2020

Two Girls’ Lockdown Learning Underlines South Africa’s Educational Divide

WHEN Zinzi Lerefolo was sent home from her fee-paying girls’ school in a leafy Johannesburg suburb in March, her family set up a virtual...

Dedicated Dozen Wits University Top Researchers Nominated For Science Oscars

TWELVE Wits scientists across disciplines have been nominated for NSTF-South 32 Research Awards, known as the 'Science Oscars', and eight are finalists. The annual...

Section 27 Threatens Limpopo Department of Education With Court Action Over Lack Of Sanitation At Kharivha Primary School

SECTION 27 is preparing to take Limpopo Department of Education to court over poor sanitation at the Kharivha Primary School in Venda. Section 27 is...

North West School Closes After Principal Tests Positive For COVID-19

A SCHOOL in the North West Province has been forced to close its doors amid reopening preparations after a 56-year old principal tested positive...

SAHRC Demands To Know Why Schools Are Not Ready

LUCAS LEDWABA THE SA Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) wants the Department of Basic Education to provide information on all schools that are not ready to...

SA Human Rights Commission Mulls Court Action Against Western Cape Education Over Reopening Of Schools

NYAKALLO TEFU THE SOUTH African Human Rights Commission is taking legal action against the Western Cape Department of Education over its decision to go against...

Large Quantities of PPE Stolen From School Districts in KwaZulu Natal

KWAZULU Natal MEC for Education Kwazi Mshengu confirmed on Tuesday that large quantities of personal protective equipment has disappeared in the uMlazi, Pinetown and...

WHO Pushes To Keep Ties With ‘Generous’ U.S. Despite Trump’s Exit Move

LONDON (Reuters) - The head of the World Health Organization (WHO) on Monday praised the United States’ “immense” and “generous” contribution to global health...

Angie Motshekga: I Am Sorry

CHARLES MOLELE and NYAKALLO TEFU THERE are growing calls for Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga to step down over her mishandling of reopening of schools...

Western Cape Opens Its Doors To Learners Despite Nationwide Reopening Postponement

NYAKALLO TEFU THE WESTERN Cape Province said schools would reopen on Monday as it had already spent millions on PPE for teachers, pupils and general...

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