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Learners Overcome Great Odds To Be South Africa’s Top 30 Matric Students

Lucas LedwabaThe sight of the graves of his family members dotted around the homestead prompted Eastern Cape learner Lomso Dumezweni to enquire about the...

‘You Are Our National Assets’ – DBE Minister Motshekga Lauds 2019 Matric High Achievers

Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga has lauded 30 top achievers out of 700 000 learners who sat for the national senior certificate exams last year. Speaking...

Vodacom Committed To Enhancing Education Systems Across Africa

Vodacom is committed to enhancing learning outcomes in South Africa as well other African countries in which it has a presence. Themba Kinana, Managing Executive...

‘Hard Work Beats Talent’ Vodacom Brand And Marketing Head Tells 2019 Matric High Achievers

Vodacom's managing executive for Brand Marketing and Communications, told a ministerial breakfast honouring 30 high achievers of the class of 2019 that hard work...

IEB 2019 Matric Results Released

The Independent Examinations Board (IEB) has announced that 98.82% of pupils passed the 201 National Senior Certificate examinations. CEO Anne Oberholzer said in a...

Moment Of Truth For Class Of 2019 As Matric Results Countdown Begins

It's the moment of truth for the Class of 2019 as the countdown to the annual matric result release has begun with first Independent...

Why Kenya Is Failing To Integrate Technology Into Secondary Schools

Jo Tondeur, Vrije Universiteit Brussel Kenya’s education ministry has proposed that information and communication technology (ICT) – such as computers, laptops, tablets and cameras –...

DBE Minister Motshekga Must Take ‘Personal Responsibility’ For Department’s Failure To Prevent Michael Komape’s Death – DA

The Democratic Alliance (DA) has called on Minister of Education Angie Motshekga to “take personal responsibility for the failure of her department to prevent”...

SCA Awards Komape Family R1.2M Damages Over Son’s Pit Latrine Death In Limpopo

The Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) has awarded damages to the Komape family, whose the five-year-old son Michael died when he fell and drowned in...

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