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South Africa: Higher Education Minister shocked by senseless killing of university professor

Thuletho Zwane South Africa’s Minister of Higher Education and Training Naledi Pandor has expressed shock at the senseless killing of the University of Zululand’s Professor...

Tanzania: Govt Employs 6,495 new teachers

Alawi Masare The government said on Wednesday that it has employed 6,495 teachers for both secondary and primary schools to fill gaps left after sacking...

Africa cannot industrialise without a strong focus on education

Thuletho Zwane The consensus among world leaders is that for Africa to truly industrialise, African states should heavily invest in education. President of World Bank Dr....

Zimbabwe: High Court Judge and Zimsec in exam results printing row

New Zimbabwe A former High Court judge has been dragged to court for demanding thousands of dollars from the Zimbabwe Schools Examinations Council (Zimsec) after...

Outgoing UCT vice-chancellor farewell cut short by protesting students

Jenna Etheridge A farewell event for outgoing University of Cape Town (UCT) vice-chancellor Max Price was cut short on Monday afternoon after a group of...

South Africa: Minister Suspends Equal Education Programmes

Tariro Washinyira Western Cape Minister of Education Debbie Schäfer has instructed Equal Education (EE) to stop operating in the province's schools by 22 May until...

South Africa’s apartheid schools

Francois Cleophas South Africa’s history of segregation has left its footprints in many places. Take the case of semi-rural Franschoek in the country’s Western Cape...

Nigerian university graduates find it tough in job market

Daily Trust Minister of State for Education Professor Anthony Anwuka last week proposed a one-year post-graduation training to be offered in some specialized institutions in...

Youths to play a part in South Africa regeneration

Mthulisi Sibanda South African youths are set to play a crucial role in the much-anticipated campaign Play Your Part launched to promote active citizenry and ensure locals...

South Africa’s reading crisis: Focus on the root cause

Ingrid Willen​berg Nearly a quarter of a century into democracy, four presidents and several curricular revisions later, South Africa has made little headway in its...

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