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COVID-19: This Is What Worries Young People The Most

IT’S often said viruses don’t discriminate. But how the COVID-19 pandemic affects you varies greatly depending on many factors – in particular, when you...

Science & Technology: Digital Transformation’s Impact on Businesses Within South Africa

DIGITAL transformation is changing the ways businesses operate throughout the world. New technologies like cloud computing, artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, and predictive analytics,...

Lockdown Level 2: Too Little Too Late Mr President, Says Opposition Parties

CHARLES MOLELE UNDER immense pressure to reopen the economy to avoid further economic damage, President Cyril Ramaphosa announced on Saturday night that his government would...

CORONA UPDATE| President Cyril Ramaphosa To Address The Nation Tonight

PRESIDENT Cyril Ramaphosa is expected to address the nation on Saturday at 8pm on developments around the country’s risk-adjusted strategy to manage the spread...

Egypt Launches First Summer School for Space Education

THE Egyptian Space Agency and Banha University have announced the establishment of a summer school for space learning to be hosted by the Banha...

Northern Cape Education MEC Mac Jack Has Died

Northern Cape Education MEC Mac Jack has died, according to provincial authorities. https://twitter.com/DBE_SA/status/1293631039735201800 He served in the ANC Provincial Executive Committee for several terms. ANC Chaplain pastor...

DBE Releases Combined 2020 Matric Exam Timetable

NYAKALLO TEFU Exams for Grade 12 learners that were meant to be sat in June and November will now take place at the same time,...

Litigating The Right To Education In SA – An Overview Of Some Of The Most Important Cases Of The Last 10 Years

The following op-ed is written by Ona Xolo of the Legal Resources Centre. THE basic education system in South Africa is steeped in a history...

Over 4 000 Gauteng Teachers Above Age 60 Forced To Retire Due To COVID

NYAKALLO TEFU WHEN schools reopen in Gauteng on August 24, many teachers might not be there. MEC for Education Panyaza Lesufi said that more than 4 000...

60% Of Private Schools Risk Closing Down Due To Financial Challenges, Non-payment Of School Fees By Parents

CHARLES MOLELE and NYAKALLO TEFU At least 60% of private schools risk closing down due to financial challenges, particularly as a result of non-payment of...

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