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The Economist: School Closures In Poor Countries Could Be Devastating

SUHANI, WHO is nine years old, wakes each day before dawn. She collects flowers to weave into necklaces which she flogs to drivers stuck...

Motshekga: Cabinet To Decide On School Closures In Next Coming Days

A DECISION on whether schools will remain open or closed will be made in due course, Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga told the National...

Oxford COVID-19 Vaccine Trial: Coronavirus Vaccine Safe, Induces Immune Response, Say Scientists

Oxford COVID-19 vaccine trial: The coronavirus vaccine created by the University of Oxford appears safe and has shown a protective immune response in hundreds of...

Frustrations And Despair: Parents Share Their Biggest Back-To-School Concerns for 2020

MANY South African parents are supporting calls for the closure of schools amid the rising coronavirus infections. They are reluctant to allow their children back...

Tug-of-war Looms Over Immediate Shutdown Of Classrooms

INSIDE EDUCATION DEBATE| Top unionists divided over calls to close schools MANDLA MTHEMBU: AGAINST CLOSURE OF SCHOOLS THE National Alliance of Independent Schools Associations (NAISA) is in...

COVID-19 Is An Opportunity For South Africa To Review And Strengthen Remote Online Training Capacity

THEBE MABANGATHE latest consultations between the Department of Basic Education and teacher unions over whether schooling should continue and in what form was always...

South Africa: More Than 600 000 Children With Disabilities Must Be Part of Nation Building

THE Human Rights Watch estimates that 600 000 South African children with disabilities were not at school last year, an indictment on our society...

COVID-19: There Is A Silver Lining To This Dark Cloud, Says Ramaphosa

CYRIL RAMAPHOSA THE old saying that ‘necessity is the mother of invention’ comes to mind when I think about the resilience and ingenuity shown by...

China’s Top University Sacks President Xi Jinping’s Critic

CHINA’s top university has sacked a law professor, who is a staunch critic of the ruling Chinese Communist Party leadership including the constitutional amendment...

International Research Collaborations: How Can We Shift The Power Towards Africa?

The higher education sector globally has been disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Academics have been discussing various aspects of the disruptions in a series...

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