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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...

South Africa: Matric exams kick off

eNCA The class of 2018 will sit for their first paper of the year-end matric exams on Monday. More than 600, 000 matric pupils will sit...

47 rapes on South Africa’s campuses last year

Edwin Naidu South African universities are taking steps to make campuses safer for female students, after Higher Education and Training Minister Naledi Pandor named the...

City migration means 300 KZN rural schools face closure

Sne Masuku The exodus of pupils from rural areas to schools in cities means about 300 schools in KwaZulu-Natal face closure. The first phase of shutting...

Educated girls crucial for skilled workforce

Human Rights Watch African governments should ensure the right to education for all girls by ending discrimination against those who are pregnant or have children,...

Stop blaming teachers – a collaborative model can fix our schools

Nicola Vermooten A collaborative service delivery model promises to alleviate the burden of unreasonable tasks among teachers and, in turn, allow them to concentrate on...

South Africa: Auditor-General slates NSFAS for irregular expenditure

Takalani Sioga The National Student Financial Aid scheme (NSFAS) annual report released in September showed that the student fund overpaid students by R503.4 million in the 2017/2018...

Senate calls for more efforts to educate historically marginalised Rwandans

Kelly Rwamapera Senators have called upon the Ministry of Education and its partners to pay extra attention to the issue of children from the historically marginalised...

South Africa: Protests could disrupt matric exams

Nico Gous Despite risks identified by officials‚ parliament’s portfolio committee on basic education feels confident that schools are ready for the matric exams. This comes after...

Western Cape schools embrace transgender learners

Christina Pitt Western Cape schools are starting to embrace transgender learners and are encouraged to protect members of the LGBTQI community from bullying, thanks to...
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