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Challenges facing Limpopo Province education system

Thuletho Zwane South Africa’s education system is laden with problems.These problems include lack of resources, inequalities of the past, bad infrastructure and a shortage of...

Age No Deterrent, As 79-Year-Old KZN Man Celebrates Getting His PhD

Sesona Ngqakamba While retirement is normally associated with taking a step back and relaxing at home after years of hard labour, that is not the...

Nigeria: 65,818 applicants apply for 2,200 Lagos teaching jobs

Agency Report The Lagos State Government has disclosed that 65,818 applications were received for the 2,200 teaching job vacancies offered by state government after the...

Zimbabwe: University of Zimbabwe vice-chancellor to stand trial

Tendai Rupapa  Suspended University of Zimbabwe (UZ) Vice-Chancellor Levi Nyagura, accused of illegally awarding former First Lady Grace Mugabe a PhD, will stand trial on...

Overcrowded Eastern Cape schools at the centre of court application

Sesona Ngqakamba School overcrowding has taken centre stage in an application before the Mthatha High Court which a group of fed up parents, who have...

South Africa and the fourth industrial revolution

Staff Reporter The draft White Paper on Science and Technology envisions a South Africa that will participate in the fourth industrial revolution, the era of...

Officials turn to sport in bid to end school violence

Sne Masuku A call to revive sport at schools to restore discipline and end the scourge of crime and violence has been hailed as the...

TUT suspends classes as protests continue

Staff Reporter The academic programme at the Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) in Soshanguve has been suspended indefinitely by management after overnight protests. TUT management made...

Malawi mulls free secondary school education

Wongani Chiuta & Owen Khamula Malawi government has ordered head teachers in public secondary schools to delay the collection of school fees as the schools...

South Africa: Inside the Royal Bafokeng nation’s R450 million school in rural North West

James de Villiers  Lebone II - a private school entirely funded by the Royal Bafokeng Nation - accommodates over 800 pupils on 80 hectares in...

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