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No Education, No Protection: What School Closures Under COVID-19 Mean For Children And Young People In Crisis-Affected Contexts

SCHOOLS worldwide offer interconnected formal and informal services to children and young people. These services focus not only on academic achievement but on social,...

Online learning is an opportunity to meet the needs of struggling students

Dr THELMA DE JAGER and Professor MASHUPYE HERBERT MASERUMULE| AS MANY have observed, the COVID-19 pandemic has laid bare many challenges that students face...

Sports Corner: These Are The School Activities Now Allowed Under New COVID-19 Rules

SPORTS, choirs and tournaments are permitted again at schools following an amendment to Covid-19 directions by the Department of Basic Education. The signed amendment, dated...

Science Corner: Top Pretoria Learner, Tsakane Koko, Shines At The Olympics Of Technology

CURRO Academy Pretoria’s Grade 11 learner, Tsakane Koko and her team have excelled at the Imagine Cup Junior Virtual Artificial Intelligence Hackathon, Girls Edition,...

Ramaphosa Sends COVID-19 Warning Ahead Of Easter Weekend

CYRIL RAMAPHOSA| OVER the course of the next few days and weeks, many South Africans of faith will join others across the world in important...

Why Misogyny Needs To Be Tackled In Education From Primary School

THE issue of violence by men against women in UK society has once again taken centre stage. Public figures are beginning to talk about...

DA Calls On KwaZulu Natal Education Department To Release A List Of Suspended Educators Accused Of Wrongdoing

THE Democratic Alliance in KwaZulu Natal says it has submitted parliamentary questions to the provincial education MEC Kwazi Mshengu, calling for the number of educators...

Wits University SRC Raises R4m To Help Financially Excluded Students

NYAKALLO TEFU|   THE Student Representative Council at the University of Witwatersrand in Johannesburg has raised R4 million towards helping students in desperate need of...

More Than 120,000 SA Students Are Still Waiting For Degrees – Because Of Unpaid Fees

SINCE 2010, more than 120,000 South African students who have passed their courses, but couldn't afford to settle their final fee payments, are yet...

Securing The Education Of Kenya’s Girls During COVID-19

THE COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted education in many countries. Similar to other epidemics – such as the Ebola crisis in West Africa which pushed...

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