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Monthly Archives: December, 2020

Zimbabwe Postpones School Reopening Due To COVID-19 And Impending Cyclone

ZIMBABWE has postponed the reopening of schools planned for next week, the government said on Wednesday, due to a surge in coronavirus infections and...

Education Group: Automation Means Workers Need New Skills

AUTOMATION could displace thousands of workers in Mississippi and other parts of the South unless they learn new skills, according to a report from...

Motshekga Commits To Eradicating Pit Latrines In Schools By Early 2022

SAMANTHA RIDDLE THE Basic Education Department has set itself a deadline to completely eradicate pit toilets in schools. Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga has responded to...

Women In STEM: Smashing The Glass Ceiling

What needs to be done to ensure we get more women working in engineering and associated fields?   With the growth in the engineering sector...

Seshego Teacher Named Among The Best In The World

NGWANAMAGO Primary School teacher, Mokhudu Machaba, can now brag as one of the Top 10 teachers in the world. The 46-year-old Seshego native has been...

Wits Staff, Academics and Students Bid Farewell To Professor Adam Habib

ACADEMICS, students and members of staff have bid farewell to Vice-Chancellor and Principal, Professor Adam Habib, who will leave Wits University at the end...

Motshekga Thanks Parents for Trusting Basic Education, Mourns Teachers Who Died of COVID-19

NYAKALLO TEFU AT least 1 493 teachers have died as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and other conditions in the year 2020, according to Basic...

Basic Education Concerned About ‘Credibility’ of Leaked Exam Papers Following High Court Ruling

NYAKALLO TEFUTHE Department of Basic Education has expressed concern about the credibility of the matric examinations after the High Court in Pretoria declared its...

22-year-old Sekedi Mabatha Makes History As University of Limpopo’s First Female Chairperson

SEKEDI Mabatha was inaugurated during a recent virtual ceremony by the office of the Vice-Chancellor and Principal, Professor Mahlo Mokgalong. The historic milestone came after...

Opinion: Higher Education, Unfinished Business Of Transformation

UNIVERSITY of Zululand's Vice Chancellor for Research and Innovation, Professor Mashupye Ratale Kgaphola, shares his views on transformation in South Africa's higher education. The Minister...

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