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Monthly Archives: May, 2021

GDE and Mpianzi family reach agreement out of court

NYAKALLO TEFU|  The Gauteng Department of Education (GDE) has reached an out-of-court settlement with Enock Mpianzi’s family. Enock went missing on Wednesday 15 January during a...

Great concern over unplaced learners in schools in the Western Cape

The Legal Resources Centre (LRC) has asked parents whose children have not yet been placed in a school in the Western Cape for the...

Artificial Intelligence students in the field of machine learning to get scholarships

NYAKALLO TEFU|  Four students reading for a master’s degree at the University of Witwatersrand (Wits) in the field of artificial intelligence (AI) will be awarded...

DBE and Multichoice launch DSTV Schools Netball Challenge

NYAKALLO TEFU|  The Department of Basic Education (DBE) and Multichoice have launched the DStv Schools Netball Challenge. This is set to focus on young female athletes aged between...

South Africa must close the digital divide prevalent in public schools

The effect of the Covid-19 pandemic has been particularly acute on the public education sector. However, some say the pandemic also provides an opportunity...

PROFILE: Africa’s current discus champion to compete in Tokyo Paralympic Games

MELISSA SIMA|  BA sports development third-year student from the University of Johannesburg has qualified to compete for the 2021 Olympic and Paralympic Games in Tokyo.   Yane van der Merwe...

DBE and provincial education departments to be held liable for infrastructure backlogs

NYAKALLO TEFU|  The Department of Basic Education (DBE) and all nine provincial education departments have agreed that accountability processes need be strengthened and standardised in...

Union say primary school learners should not return to school on a full-time basis

NYAKALLO TEFU|  The Educators Union of South Africa (EUSA) has called for the  adoption of the “adjusted learner rotation system” at primary schools and have...

230 under quarantine following school rugby game

230 individuals, including parents, support staff and children, from a school in Gauteng are in isolation following exposure to the Covid-19 virus during a...

It’s up to teachers to make an impact

BRIAN ISAACS|  I have always believed that it is the principals and teachers who are responsible for the children of the poor receiving an excellent...

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