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Monthly Archives: February, 2021

Matric Results: MTN Awards SA’s Top 183 Matriculants With Laptops, Computers

NYAKALLO TEFU MTN SA has awarded the top 183 matriculants with laptops and computers following the announcement of matric results on Monday by the Department...

University Of Fort Hare Fire: Campus Building Cordoned Off

POLICE have cordoned off the Economic Sciences building of the University Fort Hare's Alice Campus. A fire broke out on the top floor of the...

Teacher Turns Walk To School Into Fun Reading Experience

AN elementary school teacher has come up with a way to encourage reading, outdoor exercise and family time, all done in a manner that...

African Schools Football Competition To Kick Off In DR Congo

FIFA and the African Union have agreed to launch a schools football competition following a meeting in Kinshasa between FIFA President Gianni Infantino and...

Gender Bias Stymies Women’s Careers In STEM — United Nations

WHILE women play a critical role in science and technology, women career scientists still face gender bias, accounting for only 28 per cent of...

South Africa Is Yet To Release Grade 12 Results For 2020

Social media posts claim that only 120,000 matric pupils in South Africa out of 700,000 who wrote their final exams ending up passing the...

Here Are South Africa’s IEB Matric Results For 2020

THE Independent Examination Board (IEB) has published its matric results for the class of 2020, with the group achieving a pass rate of 98.07%....

Opinion: MTN SA Foundation Accelerates E-learning Support To SA Learners, But Crime Poses A Major Threat

KUSILE MTUNZI-HAIRWADZI THE impact of rampant vandalism, theft and break-ins at schools is influencing the hopes and dreams of children across the country.  Thousands of Computer...

Lebone Litho Printers: From Humble Beginnings To Industry Giants

THEBE MABANGA WHEN Keith Michael started operating a small printing company in a garage in Sophiatown 20 years ago, little did he know that it...

DRC: Meet Debora Kayembe, New Rector At University of Edinburgh

A RESIDENT of Scotland since 2011, human rights lawyer Debora Kayembe was named rector of the University of Edinburgh, one of the UK’s most...

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