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Education quality and the youth skills gap are marring progress in Africa

David E Kiwuwa The Ibrahim Index of African Governance measures and monitors Africa’s governance performance. It produces an impartial picture of governance performance in every country on...

African countries should be building private-public partnerships in higher education

Staff Reporter Private-public partnerships have become a common strategy for countries all over the world to meet their development goals. In the global north, these...

Man who went from gardener to lecturer will do PhD in England

Nompilo Gwala Like many kids, he grew up working the fields and herding cattle and when he was a teenager he took odd jobs as...

Malawi: Journalist in news-reading campaign in secondary schools

Sellaphine Banda Lilongwe — Centre for Education Development (CFED) through Tiwerenge Project Sunday donated free Weekend Nation newspapers to Muloza Community Day Secondary School (CDSS)...

Education lekgotla punts for expansion in entrepreneurship

Yoliswa Sobuwa  It has been recommended on the last day of the Basic Education Sector Legotla that entrepreneurship would be expanded vigorously across all subjects to ensure that...

Oprah Winfrey Academy scholarship applications now open

Staff Reporter The Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for Girls scholarship applications process for 2020 are now open. Scholarship applications for 2020 opened on 14 January 2019...

University of Pretoria drops Afrikaans

Staff Reporter, BBC The University of Pretoria has dropped Afrikaans as its official language in favour of English. The University of Pretoria told the BBC it...

South Africa: Ekurhuleni executive mayor announces R100 million for top performers

Charles Molele Ekurhuleni executive mayor Mzwandile Masina said the metro has set aside R100 million in bursaries to benefit deserving learners including the 2018 matric...

#FeesMustFall: Free tertiary education not an option for SA – World Bank

Gabriella Steyn The World Bank on Tuesday stated in a report that South Africa’s new education policy that wants to provide free tertiary education to students could negatively affect...

South Africa: Court to rule on Schweizer-Reneke teacher’s return

Zelda Venter  The North West MEC for Education, Sello Lehari and his department, are no longer opposing the urgent application today by suspended Laerskool ­Schweizer-Reneke...

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