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Monthly Archives: September, 2020

Over 60% Of Unemployed Youths Leave School Without A Matric Pass

Over 60% of unemployed young people in South Africa have dropped out of school without a matric pass or certificate, according to a revised...

How to Prevent Students from Dropping Out In The Time Of COVID-19

STUDENTS on the path toward dropping out of high school often exhibit signals that they are at risk well before they stop engaging in...

Teacher Of The Week: Mabel Sikhakhane, A Passionate Community Leader And Local Heroine

CLASSROOM CORNER| Teacher: Mabel Sikhakhane School: Nokuphila Primary School MABEL Sikhakhane is head of department (HOD) of the foundation phase at Nokuphila Primary School. Besides her duties...

New York Red Bulls Appoints Ex-Kaizer Chiefs Star Bradley Carnell As Interim Head Coach

Bradley Carnell has been named interim head coach by the New York Red Bulls. Carnell, a former South African international, was named as an assistant...

OPINION: Ramaphosa Says 3 Key Bills, Once Finalized, Will Beef Up Fight Against GBV and Femicide

CYRIL RAMAPHOSA A YEAR AGO, almost to the day, thousands of women, men and children marched to Parliament to protest against a spate of rapes...

UNICEF: ‘Education Emergency’ As Third Of World’s Children Lack Remote Learning

ONE in three schoolchildren across the world have been unable to access remote learning during coronavirus school closures, the U.N. children’s agency said on...

Over 11 Million Girls May Not Go Back To School After The COVID-19 Crisis

THE COVID-19 pandemic has caused the largest school closures and education disruption in history, with more than 1.5 billion students affected at the height...

These Girls In Rural Zimbabwe Are Still Learning During The Coronavirus Pandemic, Thanks To Women In STEM

ANDREW WIGHT PATIENCE Mkandawire, 27, grew up in Zimbabwe's rural Nkayi District and has gone on to study IT and software engineering– now she...

A White Professor Says She Has Been Pretending To Be Black For Her Entire Professional Career

IN a scenario reminiscent of the Rachel Dolezal scandal, an African history professor at George Washington University has admitted to pretending to be a...

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