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Child grants, fee-free education and school feeding schemes are helping to keep SA children in school, says Ramaphosa 

WENDY MOTHATA| PRESIDENT Cyril Ramaphosa says child support grants, fee-free basic education and school feeding schemes have been a lifeline for many indigent families...

Big subject changes for schools and colleges in South Africa – Nzimande

THE Higher Education, Science and Innovation Ministry has established entrepreneurship hubs at Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) colleges to support students to move...

Motshekga releases 2021 Early Childhood Development Census aimed at boosting the ECD sector in SA

THE Department of Basic Education has released the 2021 Early Childhood Development (ECD) Census results which comprise data on all ECD Programmes in order...

OPINION| Black men take a page out of their own oppression to marginalise black women in higher education

NOMBULELO SHANGE| IF black men have faced the worst of fates, then black women have also placed their lives and bodies on the line. Black...

NSFAS allocated R49bn budget during the 2022/2023 financial year – Nzimande

THE National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) will be allocated a R49 billion budget in the 2022/23 financial year. Delivering his 2022/23 Budget Vote on...

Shaping Policy in STEM Education and Workforce Development

ADRIANA BANKSTON| THROUGH my own career transition from academic research into science policy, I have realized the importance of universities supporting the next generation...

What school textbooks in South Africa say about the Cold War – and why it matters

LINDA CHISHOLM and DAVID FIG SOUTH Africa’s stance on Russia’s invasion of Ukraine isn’t that surprising in light of its treatment of the Cold War in...

How to create a positive whole-school mental health culture

ISSUES with mental health and wellbeing can stifle aspiration and prevent children from achieving their full potential. So creating a positive culture of wellbeing...

Sports| Tuks sprinter Benjamin Richardson keeps on winning South African titles and gives credit to his coach, Paul Gorries

THE 18-year-old Benjamin Richardson (TuksSport High School matriculant, TuksAthletics Academy graduate and now UP-Tuks student-athlete) seems to love nothing more than to medal at ASA National...

A Soweto High School learner dies in hospital after being stabbed to death

A GRADE 10 learner from Thaba-Jabula Secondary School in Soweto was stabbed to death by a Grade 9 boy during break time. The learner...
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