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Microsoft to assist Zimbabwean schools in technology upgrade

Alois Vinga MICROSOFT has entered into an agreement with the Zimbabwe government which will pave the way for the creation technology sensitive classrooms in the...

Six ways to get teenagers more active – suggested by the teens themselves

Michaela James and Sinead Brophy The UK department of health recommends that young people (aged five to 18) should get at least 60 minutes of physical activity...

South Africa lowers university admission requirements

Francesca Villette Universities in the province have shown mixed reaction to the amended minimum admission requirements for entry into bachelor's degree programmes, which includes a...

South Africa: Learners battle government to make their schools clean and safe

Thembela Ntongana and Kimberly Mutandiro “Please care about black learners education” and “Where do your priorities lie? In appealing or in fixing our schools?” These were some...

Teachers use violence against children in Uganda

Katherine G Merrill In many parts of the world, teachers use violence against their students. This can become routine, and the school transforms from a nurturing into...

South Africa: Wits University inaugurates first black female chancellor

Roland Mpofu A first in its 96-year-old history, Wits University on Saturday inaugurated its first black female chancellor - Dr Judy Dlamini - in a...

Online applications for NSFAS closed

Staff Reporter Online applications for the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) closed at midnight after the deadline was extended in the hope of receiving...

South Africa: Teachers fake qualifications

Nico Gouws Two teachers have been arrested in Mpumalanga after an investigation revealed they had allegedly used fake qualifications to get their jobs. Hawks spokesperson captain...

Uganda: Government tasks varsities to focus on research, innovation

Shabibah Nakirigya Uganda's Education ministry has urged institutions of higher learning to channel their energies and finances in carrying out research and innovation, a measure,...

Zimbabwe: Schools venture into fish farming

Emmah Chinyamutatinga Eight schools in Manicaland have embarked on fish farming to boost nutrition, economic development and income generation. Nearly 1 560 fingerlings were stocked in...
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