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Monthly Archives: October, 2020

Over 2 Million Learners Still Not Receiving Food From Basic Education Department, Says Equal Education

NYAKALLO TEFU Equal Education (EE), Equal Education Law Centre (EELC) and SECTION27 say according to the latest court-ordered progress report from the Department of Basic...

Rhodes University: Former Deputy Minister of Finance Mcebisi Jonas Speaks Value-Based Leadership At The 6th Archbishop Thabo Makgoba Annual Lecture

RHODES University Business School held its 6th annual Archbishop Thabo Makgoba Annual Lecture this week and due to COVID-19 protocols, this prestigious event was...

US: Samantha Kemp Selected As Jasper County Teacher Of The Year

Samantha Kemp has two children at home and about 50 others in her classes whom she treats like they were her own. Kemp was recently...

STEM Learning Should Engage Students’ Minds, Hands and Hearts

THESE unprecedented times are a reminder to all of us about the importance of science and its impact on society. Citizens face significant cognitive...

Televising School Sport Could Put Too Much Focus On Performance, A Price Too High For Young Athletes

A NEW deal to televise and live stream more secondary school sports in New Zealand has attracted significant attention and debate. First XV secondary school...

DUT Donates 500 Face Masks To Various Schools In KwaZulu-Natal And Eastern Cape

SIMANGELE ZUMA TO provide support to the learners during the tough times of the Coronavirus pandemic, the Department of Student Recruitment at the Durban University...

When Education Is Neglected, There Can Be No Progress

WHEN we take a brief look at the history of education, we know that it did not evolve as an end in itself, but...

New NMU Deputy Vice-Chancellor: Engagement And Transformation

NELSON Mandela University has appointed human rights activist and eminent scholar, Professor André Keet, as its new Deputy Vice-Chancellor: Engagement and Transformation. Prof Keet has...

OPINION| An Equal Byte Of The Apple – Women In 4IR

DR SHIRLEY MAHLASE  THE previous three industrial revolutions leave behind intergenerational, socio-political, economic, environmental, technological legacies in their structures, upon which the Fourth Industrial Revolution...

Ramaphosa Pays Tribute To Resilient SA Teachers At SADTU’s 30th Anniversary Celebrations

PRESIDENT Cyril Ramaphosa says government was working tirelessly to resolve infrastructure problems at South African schools such as sanitation, water, electricity, proper and safe...

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