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Department Of Basic Education To Probe ‘Outrageous’ Leak Of Matric Maths Exam Paper

NYAKALLO TEFU THE Department of Basic Education and quality assurer, Umalusi have launched an urgent investigation after a Mathematics Paper Two was leaked on Monday...

Conservation Of SA’s Biodiversity Key To Protection of Jobs Post-pandemic – Barbara Creecy

MINISTER of Environment, Forestry and Fisheries Barbara Creecy says the on-going conservation of South Africa’s biodiversity is essential for the protection of over 400...

World Diabetes Day: University of Pretoria Insulin Project Acknowledges Crucial Role Of Nurses In Managing The Disease

Dr PATRICK NGASSA PIOTIE DIABETES is a chronic disease that occurs either when the pancreas does not produce enough insulin or when the body cannot...

University of Fort Hare’s R400 Million Student Village Residence Project To Be Completed in December 2020

CONSTRUCTION of the biggest student residence in South African history, Student Village on the Alice campus of the University of Fort Hare is nearing...

Millions of Students Have Limited Contact With Teachers

MILLIONS of schoolchildren in the United States remain in virtual-only school, and some 5.5 million of them have limited contact with a live teacher...

COVID-19: SA’s University Vice-chancellors Concerned Over ‘Superspreader’ Students

MONAKO DIBETLE DESPITE over 19,500 COVID-19 deaths to date and an average of 1,200 new infections reported in South Africa every day, university students on...

The Debates Around South Africa’s School Exam Results Need A Richer Flow Of Data

MARTIN GUSTAFSON SOUTH Africans place huge emphasis on the Matric examination results from the final year of secondary school – Grade 12. A school leaver’s...

Tuks Rowing Coach On Why He Loves The Colour Of Gold

HEAD Coach of Tuks Rowing (TuksSport) Mpumi Geza recently touched on his love for winning and also the love for the colour gold. In 2018,...

Youths In Africa Empowered By STEM Education

SARAH UDDIN AFRICA has a young population. The continent is home to more than 60% of people under the age of 25, signaling a future...

How School Maths Could Better Prepare South Africans For The World Of Work

BY PROFESSOR CYRIL JULIE IN the modern world of work, most computations are done using technology. In contrast, in South Africa, school maths computations and...

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