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Zimbabwe: Government vows to proceed with public exam despite teachers’ concerns

William Milasi Government has vowed to proceed with the November Zimbabwe School Examinations Council (Zimsec) final Science practical examinations as scheduled despite demands by a...

Students tell of “deplorable” accommodation at Nelson Mandela University

Joseph Chirume Student leaders at Nelson Mandela University in Port Elizabeth have spoken out against what they call "deplorable" living conditions. They were among nearly 600...

The long and short of South African school commutes: a case study

Julia de Kadt and Alexandra Parker Education enables social mobility. This is particularly true in a context of high inequality and high unemployment, such as South Africa. This...

Private, private partnerships: Transforming lives through sport

Mosibodi Whitehead Ongeziwe Mali was introduced to hockey after visiting a friend. She was 10 years old and in grade 4. “A friend of mine invited...

Ashwin Willemse receives master’s degree

Staff Reporter Former Springbok rugby star Ashwin Willemse graduated with a Masters of Management in Entrepreneurship and New Venture Creation, with Distinction on Wednesday. His wife Michelle...

Rwanda’s pre-school reading programme improves reading culture

Jean d'Amour Mbonyinshuti They sat under a tree, hurdled in a group, book pages making flapping sounds, thanks to the breeze that morning. When we arrived...

Agriculture as business: 20 year-old green pepper farmer

Frank Maponya Mahlatse Matlakana is a 20 year-old young woman with a passion for green pepper farming. She describes her love for farming as a "bitter-sweet...

Sindisiwe Buthelezi: From rural poverty to PhD graduate

Pertunia Mafokane Despite starting her education at a rural school in eMondlo, 30km south of Vryheid northern KZN, Dr Sindisiwe Buthelezi was so determined to...

Nigeria: Only 1% of Nigerian population in universities

Azeezat Adedigba The National Universities Commission (NUC) on Tuesday said only one percent of Nigerian population form the total enrollment of students in the 164...

Tanzania: Remove VAT on sanitary pads to improve girls’ health, education

Staff Reporter For a long time, non- governmental organisations (NGOs), activists, some Members of Parliament and government officials have been campaigning for tax exemption on...

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