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Monthly Archives: September, 2020

COVID-19: School Closures In Eswatini Push Pupils To Grow Marijuana

MANZINI, ESWATINI: Phosho Mamba, 17, endures the spring's baking sun as he works on his small dagga, or marijuana, field. He toils hard to...

Ghana Pledges Gender Parity To Promote Science And Technology Sustainably

GOVERNMENT is pledging inclusivity and gender parity in ongoing efforts to sustainably promote science, technology and innovation in all spheres of national development. According to...

Mbeki Concerned About African Universities’ Failure To Produce New And Relevant Knowledge

THABO MBEKI FIRST of all I would like to congratulate UNISA, including its Council, Senate, the SRC and the Trade Unions for the bold step...

SPORT: Professional Coach Oluseyi Oyebode’s Passion for Schools AND Grassroots Sports

OLUSEYI Oyebode’s background in sports was inspired by the level of sporting activities and awareness in the eighties. He recounts his early experiences and how...

Thumbs Up for Northern Cape Education – Deputy Minister Dr Reginah Mhaule

BASIC Education Deputy Minister Dr Reginah Mhaule has commended the Northern Cape Education Department for its commitment towards improving learning outcomes. "Schools in the Northern...

Government And Nehawu Agree To Continue Engagement On Workplace Issues

GOVERNMENT and the National Education, Health and Allied Workers Union (Nehawu) have agreed to continue engagement on issues concerning collective bargaining and workplace conditions...

Health Education Could Benefit Neurotic College Students

COLLEGE students are under a lot of stress, even more so lately due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Based on certain personality types, especially neurotic...

Case Law Suggests South Africa Must Do More About Disrupted Schooling

MARIETTE REYNEKE SINCE the first case of COVID-19 was reported in South Africa, the question of how to manage the country’s schools has been top...

Teacher Of The Week: Limpopo’s Mokhudu Machaba Is Among 10 Finalists Vying For A U$1m Global Teacher Prize 2020

NYAKALLO TEFU LIMPOPO Education MEC Polly Boshielo says she is elated after a teacher Mokhudu Machaba from Ngwanamago Primary School was selected as one of...

Zimbabwe Teachers Union Rejects UNICEF Push to Keep African Schools Open During Pandemic

HARARE - Schools across Africa are slowly reopening after months of remote learning during the coronavirus pandemic. But Zimbabwe's teachers union is resisting going...

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