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South Africa: Teachers’ long holiday cut in half

Sne Masuku Teachers fuming that their December holiday would be cut by half, from six to three weeks, have to accept the Basic Education Department’s...

Teen pregnancy a rising concern

Jyothi Laldas Girls between the ages of 15 and 19 years old account for 11% of births worldwide. Of this 11%, almost all the births,...

Nigeria: Sex-for-Marks

Agency Report Peter Okebukola, former Executive Secretary, National University Commission (NUC), on Tuesday said the admission of academically weak students by Nigerian higher institutions was...

Power cuts shut down matric computer exams

Yoliswa Sobuwa The first day of the 2018 National Senior Certificate examinations on Monday were delayed in four provinces because of power cuts. There were about...

Matrics late for exams because of public transport

Staff Reporter While thousands of MyCiTi bus  drivers set aside their duties to strike on Tuesday, thousands of matric learners, who rely on public transport, were...

Mbagwu reiterates plan to develop rugby through schools

African News Network The Nigeria Rugby Football Federation (NRFF) President, Kelechukwu Mbagwu believes the country’s quest to become of the great teams in the world...

Parents have to build toilets for Eastern Cape school

Yamkela Ntshongwana and Nombulelo Damba-Hendrik Parents at Sidubi Poort Junior Secondary School in Cofimvaba say they have decided to build toilets for their children because...

Zimbabwe: Government sets aside $4,2m for school laboratories

Zvamaida Murwira Government has set aside $4,2 million for the establishment of school laboratories and strengthening vocational skills as it seeks to attain Vision 2030...

5 Questions: Naledi Pandor and why SA can’t afford to sleep on the job crisis

A'Eysha Kassiem Higher Education and Training Minister Naledi Pandor says while SA is gaining ground on solving its skills crisis, there’s still lots to do....

South Africa: Academic institutions are where black intellectuals go to die

Thabi Myeni Almost three years ago, I wrote an article titled, “Dear Academia, Take Us Black”. The article came after my first encounter with the...
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Andile Nongogo Appointed New NSFAS CEO

THE National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) has appointed Andile Nongogo as its new chief executive officer for the next five years.

Opinion: DUT Vice-chancellor, Principal Professor Thandwa Mthembu Talks About The Kind Of Leadership Required To Reform The Country

PROFESSOR THANDWA MTHEMBU I have been asked to share some reflections on the topic: What kind of leadership is required...

Basic Education Launches A Full-Scale Investigation After Another Question Paper Leak Rocks Final Matric Exams

BASIC Education Minister Angie Motshekga has condemned in the strongest terms the leaking of Physical Sciences Paper 2 exam, which was...

Michaela Robinson Wins Big At Wits University’s Annual Sports Awards

THE future of sailing is clearly in good hands – judging by the recipients at the annual Wits Sports Awards. The sport...

Classroom Corner: Hugh Corder, A Man For All Seasons

VETERAN law scholar and activist Professor Hugh Corder well remembers his BCom LLB graduation at the University of Cape Town (UCT). It was...
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