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Driven by love for boxing

Bongani Magasela Former amateur boxer Charles Mtshali, 50, is so in love with children and boxing that he has started a makeshift gym in his...

Uganda: Government launches sex education in schools

Stephen Otage The Ministry of Education has said it has started carrying out adolescent health and sexuality education in schools to equip students with information...

Students shut down Unisa’s Pietermaritzburg campus

Nompendulo Ngubane Students at Unisa (University of South Africa) locked the gates of the Pietermaritzburg campus in Langalibalele Street on Thursday. They threatened to shut...

Court orders end to mud schools

Chris Gilili The Bhisho High Court has found parts of the government's norms and standards regulations for schools to be unconstitutional. The court has ordered...

Zimbabwe: Tertiary institutions close for election day

Staff Reporter Tertiary institutions will close the second term on Friday to pave way for the harmonised elections set for July 30, Secretary for Higher...

100 minutes of Coding for Mandela

Emmanuel Tjiya A crop of Mzansi A-listers yesterday paid a visit to Diepsloot, north of Johannesburg, with a random act of kindness, proving in Mandela...

Gauteng school placements for 2019 will be available in August

Staff Reporter Gauteng parents who applied for 2019 admissions for grades 1 and 8 pupils will know next month about the placement of their children. The...

Nigeria has 12th highest number of foreign students in U.S., says envoy

Vincent Obia United States Consul General F. John Bray disclosed yesterday in Lagos that Nigeria had the highest number of students from sub-Saharan Africa studying...

40-minute video to be used as evidence in EFF student activist’s trial

Kaveel Singh A 40-minute video that purportedly captured violence during the Fees Must Fall protest in 2016, will be used as evidence against Economic Freedom...

A big moment for Africa: Why the MeerKAT – and astronomy – matter

Vanessa McBride 'Students must learn science in a way that allows them to build their repertoire of transferable skills.'   Astronomy in Africa will take a giant...

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