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Lack of education has resulted in poverty and unemployment

President Cyril Ramaphosa on Sunday night heeded the calls made by several civil society organisations that his government bring back the R350 relief of...

Schools to open on Monday

President Cyril Ramaphosa announced that South Africa’s schools are ready to re-open on Monday. The president's announcement comes a day after the country’s Minister of...

Motshekga: schools ready to reopen, waiting on Ramaphosa’s address to the nation on Sunday

BASIC Education Minister Angie Motshekga on Saturday briefed the media on the state of readiness for the reopening of schools in South Africa. The minister...

South Africa must “re-imagine education” to avoid social ills

Being out of school not only leads to learning loss but mental distress, exposure to violence and abuse, missed school-based meals and reduced development...

UCT online high school will close the inequality gap

NYAKALLO TEFU| As the fate of contact classes continue to hang by the thread in a world gripped by the coronavirus pandemic, the University of...

Unicef devastated at images of unrest, riots and killings in South Africa

The United Nations Children’s Fund (Unicef) has called on the South African government to put children and young people first in the country’s recovery out...

ECD workers to get their vaccine from 19 – 23 July

NYAKALLO TEFU and MMADIFEDILE MOFOKENG| Early Childhood Development (ECD) staff will be part of the 240 000 workforce who will get vaccinated as part of...

Let them eat cake: hunger and food riots in South Africa

Economists and social activists have said South Africans should condemn the government's "let them eat cake" policy that does not allocate a cent to...

130 schools damaged by KZN Shutdown riots

NYAKALLO TEFU| Over 30 000 learners might not be able to return to school on 26 July given the looting and riots that targeted KwaZulu-Natal schools...

Schools remain shut in 19 countries including South Africa

Schools remain shut in 19 countries due to the pandemic, affecting 156 million children globally. The United Nations Children’s Emergency Fund (Unicef) called this...
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