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Ramaphosa: Youth-led Activism Crucial In SA’s Efforts To Eradicate Gender-based Violence

CYRIL RAMAPHOSA THE WORDS of Frantz Fanon that ‘each generation must discover its mission’ come to mind every time I have an opportunity to speak...

Eastern Cape’s Grade R Teacher Asja-Leah Strydom from Despatch Preparatory School Is Simply The Best

CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT Teacher of the WeekTeacher: Asja-Leah Katia Strydom School: Despatch Preparatory School, Eastern Cape ASJA-LEAH KATIA Strydom was so dedicated to succeed as a teacher she...

COVID-19: Doctors, Parents, Teachers Caution Federal Government of Nigeria Against Opening of Schools

AS PRESSURE MOUNTS on the Federal Government to reopen schools across the country in the wake of the 2nd phase relaxation of the COVID-10...

STEM Training: A Call to Support Africa’s Health and Science Workforce

LYDIAH KEMUNTO BOSIRE AS INDUSTRIALIZED economies start to see Covid-19 cases decline, the threat the coronavirus poses to much of Africa will soon become front...

Madibaz Prop Achieves Rugby And Academic Goals

COETZEE GOUWS MADIBAZ RUGBY prop Tembelihle Yase has demonstrated how important hard work and a good support base are by excelling on the field and...

OPINION| Eric Molobi, George Floyd and the Fourth Industrial Revolution

TSHILIDZI MARWALA THE FUNDAMENTAL need for social and physical distancing during Covid-19 has made it imperative that we hasten our adoption of the 4IR. Perhaps...

Basic Education Taken To Court Over Failure To Feed Vulnerable School Children

EQUAL EDUCATION, SECTION 27 and the school governing bodies of two Limpopo schools have launched an urgent court application against the Department of Basic...

World’s Poorest Children Are Missing Out On Vital Early Education, Campaigners Warn

SOME of the world’s poorest children are missing out on vital education in the first few years of their lives because of a woeful...

Makhura: COVID-19 Pandemic Gaining Momentum in Gauteng

NYAKALLO TEFU PREMIER David Makhura says he is deeply concerned that the first wave of the coronavirus is still infecting masses of people in Gauteng,...

Professor N’Dri Thérèse Assié-Lumumba Joins UNESCO Forum On World After COVID-19

COVID-19 may help us “think of a new turning point” in overturning established power structures and compelling people to reconsider borders, N’Dri Thérèse Assié-Lumumba,...

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