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IAAF wants Semenya to lower her testosterone levels or quit, says report

Agency South Africa’s queen of the track Caster Semenya may be forced, once again, to lower her testosterone levels. If she doesn’t, she will not...

Teachers feel excluded from South Africa’s schools by race and culture

Nuraan Davids Emotions ran high  at a high school south of Johannesburg in 2017 when the largely coloured community rejected the appointment of a black...

Lesufi Slams Effigy In His Likeness: ‘These Morons Came To ‘Hang’ Me!’

Inside Education Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi sent a tweet with the following words last night. "These morons came to our offices to “hang” me! We...

Ex UCT SRC President found guilty of abusing SRC resources

Vernac News  The University of Cape Town’s Student Governance Court has found former SRC President, Karabo Khakhau, guilty of abusing SRC resources to defame other...

Private schools in Rwanda close down as public schools become more attractive to parents

Newspeak Private schools in Rwanda are on the verge of closing down due to low patronage. A report by Daily Nation says desperate proprietors who face closure of...

Education for black people in SA is in a terrible state

Gugu Nonjinge On December 16, 2017, former president Jacob Zuma announced that government would be phasing in fully subsidised higher education and training for poor...

Nsfas to receive more money from government

Mary Jane Mphahlele The Minister of Higher Education and Training Naledi Pandor says government will cough up more money for Nsfas, including an additional R7.1...

Judge dismisses damages claim for child who drowned in pit toilet

Ciaran Ryan   There was shock and disappointment this morning when Judge Gerrit Muller of the Polokwane High Court dismissed a claim for roughly R3 million...

The CFA is the most brutal exam in the world of finance

Will Martin , Business Insider US  Every year thousands of young people embark on one of the most mentally grueling experiences of their lives by taking...

Red tape is alienating academics from their own research and work

Keyan Tomaselli When South African academics want to set up a new degree module, they’re entering into a process that can take years to germinate....
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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...

Western Cape Rethinks Matric Rage As COVID-19 Cases Rise

THE Western Cape government is closely monitoring events like Matric Rage, traditionally held on the Garden Route, as the numbers of COVID-19...
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