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Dunoon youths get opportunity to become film-makers

Peter Luhanga A Cape Town non-profit film training organisation was selected out of hundreds of organisations worldwide to receive a United Nations Youth Solidarity Fund...

Botswana: Association grows hockey in schools

Keswetseng Samokunda Botswana Hockey Association (BHA) has introduced development programmes to grow the sport. The targeted areas include Kanye, Lobatse and Jwaneng in the southern part...

Zimbabwe: St John’s deputy head resigns after revealing he is gay

Leroy Dzenga Following a week of fierce debate and a lawsuit threat to the school caused by the disclosure of his sexual orientation to pupils...

The importance of knowledge and transfer of knowledge and skills in Rwanda

Eden Kironde The sixteenth edition of Africa’s Pulse released in October last year returned quite unfavourable economic results of the African region. The biannual appraisal of...

Melania Trump to promote child welfare in Ghana, Malawi, Kenya, Egypt

Associated Press Melania Trump plans to emphasise child welfare in Ghana, Malawi, Kenya and Egypt in October on her first extended solo international mission. The...

Coding lessons in a day’s work for all

Siyabonga Kalipa Grade 9 learners from schools around Khayelitsha were given some computer skills in a programming workshop held at Luhlaza High School on Saturday. The...

Namibia: Public libraries target 100% access to ICT by 2022

Albertina Nakale The Directorate of Namibia Library and Archives Service in the Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture, targets for all public libraries to have...

No articles for law students at college

Sharika Regchand Varsity College has found itself in a quagmire because the KZN Law Society refuses to allow its LLB students to register to serve...

Zimbabwe has too many State universities, most add no value to the economy

Staff Reporter Captains of industry have urged the government to cut on the number of state universities, saying some of them are adding no value to the...

TuksGolf has plan to keep youngsters playing

Staff Reporter One of the biggest concerns in South African sport is when talented youngsters simply fade away without ever fulfilling their real potential. It’s something...

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All Matriculants Set To Rewrite Maths and Physical Science Exams After ‘Scandalous’ Leaks – Motshekga

NYAKALLO TEFUBASIC Education Minister Angie Motshekga announced on Friday that all matriculants will have to rewrite Maths and Physical Science papers after...

Man Appears In Court Over Matric Exam Leak

NYAKALLO TEFUTHEMBA Daniel Shikwambana has appeared in court in connection with the leaking of one of the National Senior Certificate (NSC) examination...

What Complexity Theory Can Teach Leaders Of South African Universities Today

UNIVERSITIES are complex, dynamic organisations which must adapt in ways that aren’t always planned or predicted. For some university leaders, such challenges...

Government’s Progression Policy For Grade 4 & 9 Learners Given Thumbs Up By Teachers’ Unions, Education Experts

NYAKALLO TEFU TEACHERS’ unions and education experts have welcomed the government’s decision to give learners in Grade 4 and...

Over 40 000 Grades 1 and 8 Learners Still Not Placed In Gauteng Schools: Lesufi

NYAKALLO TEFU GAUTENG MEC of Education, Panyaza Lesufi, says over 40 000 online applicants for Grade 1 and Grade 8...
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