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Former South African national rugby player shares sport that ‘saved’ him with girls he coaches

NICHOLAS KLINGMAN| Durban, South Africa – On a sunny but crisp winter day in June, a group of girls lined up facing one another in...

Opinion| Pressure mounts on universities to continue their digital journeys

By Liesel Grobbelaar, principal consultant at Analyze Consulting THE pandemic forced universities to adopt various cloud-based technologies. With students being stationed all over the country...

Employers called to open work placement for TVET college students

Higher Education and Training Minister, Dr Blade Nzimande, has called on all employers to open their workplaces for the placement of Technical Vocational Education...

Pandor congratulates Professor Tshilidzi Marwala on his appointment as Rector of the United Nations University in Japan

MINISTER of International Relations and Cooperation, Dr Naledi Pandor, has congratulated Professor Tshilidzi Marwala on being appointed the Rector of the United Nations University...

Anglo-American doubles education investment to over R1bn

ANGLO American has launched the second phase of its education programme in South Africa in partnership with the Department of Basic Education, doubling the...

South Africa Moves to Mother Tongue Education

SOUTH African basic education minister Angie Motshekga announced last month that the country will now be moving toward teaching children in their mother tongue...

TUT team wins South Africa’s first closed-track solar vehicle challenge

THE Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) Solar Team were declared the winners of the first ever Ilanga Cup Solar Challenge, which took place at the 4.2-km-long Red Star Raceway, in...

Schools can be a great resource for mental health in South Africa

IN the face of deep inequality, unemployment, high rates of crime and violence, and the social and economic fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic, the mental health trajectory for young...

Heat risk and young athletes — rising temperatures lead to lawsuits and environmental injustice

At least 50 high school football players in the U.S. have died from heat stroke in the past 25 years. And high school athletes in other...

Teachers, learners at Kimberley school concerned about escalating gang violence

TEACHERS and parents at Greenpoint High School near Kimberley in the Northern Cape are fearing for their lives and their children’s lives, following the...

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