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Dear graduate, you should take that ‘crappy’ job

Staff Reporter For most graduates, the reality is that the crappy, lame, “I-didn’t-study-for-so-long-to-end-up-here” job is better than sitting at home waiting for your perfect job...

Regent Business School launches Employability Unit

Dhivana Rajgopaul  Regent Business School has announced the opening of iLeadLAB – a new ‘Employability Unit’. This new initiative is aimed at empowering young people with core...

South Africa: University of Zululand SRC disbanded

Kailene Pillay The Students’ Representative Council (SRC) at the University of Zululand was disbanded after members looted hotel rooms at the upmarket Gooderson Drakensberg Gardens...

Rugby Education Foundation take Junior Bok stars under their wing

Staff Reporter Nine Junior Springbok stars were among the half-century of emerging young players who were taught a thing or two by REF (the Rugby...

South Africa: Maths, computer labs given to school

Siyabonga Kalipa Deputy Minister of Basic Education Enver Surty officially opened three mathematics classrooms, a Science and a Computer Laboratory at the Manyano High School...

‘Teach school learners and matriculants that failure does not necessarily mean the end’

Goitsemang Tlhabye Teach school learners and matriculants that failure does not necessarily mean the end of their future.   The Gauteng Department of Education and local psychologists...

#HourofCode: iStore SA offering free coding lessons to Grade 3-9 learners

Gabriella Steyn In celebration of the Global Hour of Code and Computer Science Education week which started yesterday the 3rd of December until the 9th December,...

South Africa: My generation didn’t go and buy BMWs and hang around at Taboo, says #JohannRupert

Siviwe Feketha South African billionaire businessman Johann Rupert’s rare public interview received mixed reaction on Tuesday night after he was accused of racism and arrogance. Rupert...

How Rwanda’s ‘green schools’ can impact quality of education

Athan Tashobya   Few children in Bugesera District are happier than Solange Ishimwe, the 15-year-old who has just been promoted to primary six. Ishimwe – a pupil...

Science journalism in South Africa is lacking

Lali van Zuydam It is common cause that science news reporting in the South African media does not enjoy the same status as other beats...
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