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South Africa: Pupils prepare for the digital age by building their own robots

Chante Schatz Meet Bongani and Mbali - two robots built by nine pupils involved in the robotics course of the Melisizwe Computer Labs Project in...

This SA start-up that automatically matches learners with universities just landed R3.5 million from Google

Timothy Rangongo After gruelling questions and scrutiny into whether their social startup created 1) economic opportunity, 2) improved the lives of South Africans, 3) presented...

Tanzania: Pros and cons of fee-free education three years on

Salome Gregory Last month marked three years since the introduction of fees-free education policy in Tanzania. The policy, which meant to remove all forms of...

Whizz-kid, 11, set on cracking water shortage code

Candice Soobramoney At age 11 Kabir Budlender talks computer coding a mile a minute. He is advanced and informed beyond his age and has aspirations of...

Zimbabwe’s education system poised for digital age

Columbus Mabika and Rejoy Masengedzero Primary and Secondary Education Minister Paul Mavima last week said the Government was close to luring American multinational technology companies,...

Growing bookworms in rural areas

Nivashni Nair When a Pretoria-based soldier made a social media appeal for books for his nephews three years ago, he opened a chapter in his...

South Africa: Higher education minister vows to protect universities’ integrity

Yoliswa Sobuwa Minister of higher education and training Naledi Pandor has vowed to work closely with Universities South Africa to help institutions guard against assaults on academic integrity....

Kenya: Worrying trend of university students committing suicide

Ouma Wanzala At least 12 university students have committed suicide since January in a worrying trend for education stakeholders, who are now seeking ways to...

Art exhibition re-imagining the future of higher education

Noloyiso Mtembu At least 60 artists have displayed their work reimagining the future of higher education at the Stellenbosch University Museum as part of the...

Ghana: Stakeholders and government must join hands to improve education

Lawrence Markwei Stakeholders in education must join hands with government to determine Ghana’s priorities for education at this stage of the country’s development, Dr Emmanuel...
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