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Monthly Archives: October, 2020

Fort Hare’s SRC President Siphiwo Ngcenge Calls On Students To Pull Together To Make The “New Norm” A Success

ARETHA LINDEN AS the university gets ready to welcome all students back on campus under the level 1 Risk Alert, the Interim Student Representative Council...

Even In The Virtual Classroom, Teachers Remain The Heartbeat Of Any Serious Basic Education Department, Says Motshekga

BASIC Education Minister Angie Motshekga has paid has paid tribute to the country’s 400 000 teachers as the country joined the rest of the world...

World Teachers’ Day: A Celebration Of My Mother, My teacher

PROFESSOR CHIKA SEHOOLE TEACHERS are like second parents, they shape the life of the children under their care, writes Jemi Sudhakar. But parents who are...

Egypt’s University Students Will Have Reduced Weekly Attendance: Higher Education Minister

STUDENTS at Egyptian universities will not physically attend lectures at faculties on a daily basis, according to Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research,...

A Day In The Life Of A COVID-19 Essential Worker At The University Of Free State

VALENTINO NDABA RIA Deysel, Director of Facilities Management in University Estates, is one of a small group of staff members who have been on campus...

Donkey Dies, Leaving Primary School Boy To Walk 120km A Month To School

The 100km challenge is a gruelling exercise for social media users attempting to run, walk or jog 100km every month. For 15-year-old Faranani Rambuwani...

Teacher Of The Week: ‘Techno Granny’ Phuti Ragophala Changing Lives Through Digital Resources

CLASSROOM CORNER| TEACHER: Phuti Ragophala PROVINCE: LIMPOPO EVEN with the best equipped schools or the best textbooks, without teachers, children won’t be able to learn and progress....

After COVID-19: Developing Teachers To Address Unequal Access To Education

Monday, 5 October 2020 marks the annual United Nations’ (UN) World Teachers’ Day to celebrate one of the world’s most essential professions, teaching. UNESCO’s...

Grey High School In Port Elizabeth Named Sports School Of The Decade

SA SCHOOL Sports Magazine has named Grey High School in Port Elizabeth as the top-performing boy's sports school of the decade. It announced on Monday...

Cameroon: Students Return To School After Seven Months

STREETS in the Central African country of Cameroon were full of children on Monday morning, marching towards their schools, seven months after they were...

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