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South Africa’s youth unemployment crisis – a ticking time bomb

A week ahead of the commemoration of National Youth Day in South Africa and 45 years after the massacre of school children during the Soweto...

Africa countries have highest global death rate among critically ill Covid-19 patients – says study

Insufficient critical-care resources, high comorbidities such as HIV/AIDS, diabetes, chronic liver and kidney disease and well as severity of organ dysfunction upon admission suggest...

Teachers over 40 to be vaccinated from Wednesday

Teacher unions have confirmed that educators, cleaners and other support staff at public schools in South Africa will be vaccinated against the Covid-19 virus starting Wednesday...

Teachers set to be vaccinated in the next week

NALEDI SHOTA| Teachers are set to be vaccinated within the next few weeks. Inside Education has seen a letter by the Head of Health in KwaZulu-Natal,...

DBE Portfolio Committee supports return to class full-time for primary and special education learners

NALEDI SHOTA|   The National Assembly Portfolio Committee on Basic Education has come out in support of the plans by the Department of Basic Education (DBE) to...

Teacher unions push to have teachers vaccinated in June

NALEDI SHOTA|  Teacher unions want their members to be the next in line to be vaccinated against Covid-19 and have even written to the ministers...

Union concerned about DBE’s ability to manage full-time return to primary schools

The National Professional Teachers' Organisation of South Africa (Naptosa) says teachers are panicking about going back to full-time attendance at primary schools end July. The...

Cornwall Hill College: Learners and parents protest racism at the prestigious school

Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi visited Cornwall Hill College in Irene, Pretoria, on Monday morning following allegations of racism at the school. Last week, at...

NSFAS distances itself from death of eThekwini TVET College student

NYAKALLO TEFU|  The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NFSAS) has broken its silence on the death of eThekwini TVET College student, Yonwabo Manyanya. According to media...

Wits Archaeologist named 2021 National Geographic Explorer

Archaeologist and biological anthropologist, Keneiloe Molopyane, has been recognised as a trailblazer by the prestigious National Geographic Society. Molopyane has been announced as part of...
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