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These SA universities have banned Apple watches during exam time — here’s why

Timothy Rangongo , Business Insider SA As technology becomes increasingly sophisticated, so has the ease of cheating in exams. With the exam season approaching, several South African...

Namibia: First Lady rejects Curro Holdings school deal link

Shinovene Immanuel First Lady Monica Geingos says the company that wants to build a N$200 million private school in Windhoek misinformed the education ministry in...

Education to prepare young minds for 4th & 5th industrial revolutions

Lesetja Malope Sizwe Nxasana has embarked on a mission to prepare young minds for upcoming industrial revolutions. Nxasana is former FirstRand CEO and the sixth black...

Last day for Gauteng school admission applications

Jenna Etheridge Parents only have until today midnight to apply online for Grade 1 and Grade 8 placements, the Gauteng Education Department has said. The department's...

South Africa: Sexual offenders are in our schools

S'Thembile Cele As Child Protection Week begins it has been revealed that the SA Council of Educators (Sace), which has the task of vetting teachers,...

A shock to the system: how new teachers in Zimbabwe learn to do their jobs

Nhlanhla Mpofu and Lizette J de Jager There’s a big difference between what prospective teachers learn at university and what they find when they enter the world...

Science in Africa: homegrown solutions and talent must come first

Alan Christoffels It’s been a recurring refrain: Africa still lags woefully behind the rest of the world in generating new scientific knowledge. As figures collated by the World...

Footballer turned philanthropist gives back to community

Mosibodi Whitehead One of the most serious challenges in delivering sporting opportunities to all South African children of school going age is the lack of...

‘Shut up, you idiot, k*****’ – teacher allegedly tells 7-year-old pupil

Amanda Khoza "Shut up, you idiot, k*****!" This is what a Grade 2 teacher in Gauteng allegedly said to a 7-year-old girl shortly after slapping her...

Youth unemployment, industrialisation and jobs for the future

Thuletho Zwane Industrialisation of Africa’s economies is critical in order for the continent to curb its high youth unemployment. Analysts say the only way to...

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