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Honour Mandela by improving the education system

Paul Herman Political parties, Parliament and Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu have shared their special messages this Mandela Day, marking former president Nelson Mandela's centenary birthday...

In Mozambique, classes come alive in local languages

AFP About 50 children sit on a bare classroom floor in front of their teacher in what could be any lesson in Mozambique, except that...

KZN Fees Must Fall leader’s trial starts almost 3 years after arrest

Kaveel Singh The trial of Bonginkosi Khanyile, the controversial leading figure in KwaZulu-Natal's Fees Must Fall movement, has officially commenced, nearly three years after his...

HUB approach could pay dividends for TSA

Mosibodi Whitehead Kevin Anderson’s run to the semi-finals at Wimbledon after a thrilling victory over Roger Federer this week has got the nation excited about...

Top private and public schools in South Africa: cost vs performance

Staff Reporter With the persistent perception that the quality of South Africa’s education is in perpetual decline, may parents feel that the only way to secure a...

Kenya: Education ministry forms team to assess new curriculum

Ouma Wanzala The Ministry of Education has set up a special team to advise on where junior secondary school, which is part of the new...

Teachers jailed for high school exam cheating in Senegal

AFP  A Dakar court jailed a group of teachers for up to five years for cheating in high school exams, a lawyer for the defendants...

Half of Ramaphosa’s salary will be donated to Early Childhood Development

Vuyo Mkize In 1995, a year into his presidency, Nelson Mandela announced he would be donating a third of his presidential salary to the Nelson...

More than 2 000 Western Cape pupils fell pregnant in 2017

Tammy Petersen An "alarming" 2 148 pupils in the Western Cape fell pregnant in 2017, the provincial education department said on Thursday. But while the numbers...

Services Seta bought 20‚000 exam pads at R214 each – Outa

Nico Gous The Services Sector Education and Training Authority (Seta) allegedly paid R214 for an exam pad‚ R166.50 for a lanyard and R167 for a...

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