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Monthly Archives: September, 2020

Eastern Cape: Isolation Sites Identified For Matriculants Who May Test Positive For COVID-19 During Trial Exams

THE Eastern Cape MEC for Education Fundile Gade says matriculants at the Ethembeni Secondary School who tests positive for COVID-19 will be able to...

Kenyan Teachers Ordered Back to School To Prepare For Reopening

NAIROBI: The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) on Monday ordered both primary and secondary school teachers to report back to learning institutions by September 28...

Student Entrepreneur’s Digital Library Helps Children To Read

COMPETING in the 2020 Entrepreneurship Intervarsity competition, University of Cape Town (UCT) student Qhawe Bula and his team have developed a unique digital library...

24 million Students Could Drop Out Of School Due To The Coronavirus Pandemic, UN Says

THE disruption to schools caused by the coronavirus pandemic constitutes a “global education emergency” that threatens to derail the education of at least 24 million...

Old School Sports Gear To Aid Children In Khayelitsha Township, Cape Town

WOODBURY — Nonnewaug High School in Connecticut, US, is sending old sports equipment to an impoverished section of Cape Town, South Africa where it...

Teacher of the Week: Table View Primary Celebrates Principal’s 50th Birthday With #JerusalemaChallenge

CLASSROOM CORNER| TEACHER: WAJ GOUWS SCHOOL: Table View Primary School, Western Cape TABLE View Primary School was thrilled to celebrate their school principal, WAJ Gouws’, 50th birthday...

Senegalese Scientist Launches Website To Spotlight Africans Working in STEM

NELLIE PEYTON GROWING up in a trading town in Senegal, Adji Bousso Dieng loved school and had a particular talent for maths. But with a...

Over 22 500 Teachers Set To Return To Classroom Amid COVID-19 Safety Concerns

NYAKALLO TEFU OVER 22 500 teachers are set to return to work amid COVID-19 safety concerns. The Basic Education Department has instructed all teachers granted concessions to...

Department of Basic Education Scraps Final Exams For Grade 10 and 11

THE Department of Basic Education has scrapped this year’s exams for Grade 10 and 11 in favour of controlled tests. In a circular, department said...

Gauteng Education Department Launches Investigation After School Allegedly Suspends Learner For Speaking Out Against Racism

THE Gauteng Education Department has launched an investigation into the suspension of a pupil following claims of racism. The pupil from Roosevelt High School in...

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