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South Africa’s apartheid schools

Francois Cleophas South Africa’s history of segregation has left its footprints in many places. Take the case of semi-rural Franschoek in the country’s Western Cape...

Nigerian university graduates find it tough in job market

Daily Trust Minister of State for Education Professor Anthony Anwuka last week proposed a one-year post-graduation training to be offered in some specialized institutions in...

Youths to play a part in South Africa regeneration

Mthulisi Sibanda South African youths are set to play a crucial role in the much-anticipated campaign Play Your Part launched to promote active citizenry and ensure locals...

South Africa’s reading crisis: Focus on the root cause

Ingrid Willen​berg Nearly a quarter of a century into democracy, four presidents and several curricular revisions later, South Africa has made little headway in its...

Dad takes on private school over son’s financial exclusion

Tania Broughton, Correspondent The father of a private primary school pupil, who was prevented from writing exams because of unpaid school fees, has challenged the...

Pandor: Private sector can pay for post-graduates

Tamar Kahn Higher Education and Training minister Naledi Pandor on Thursday conceded the government’s new free higher education policy had not made provision for post-graduate...

Senzo Meyiwa Commemoration Games launched in honor of the slain Bafana captain

Bongani Mthethwa Slain Bafana Bafana and Orlando Pirates captain Senzo Meyiwa’s father has recounted how he got a chilling telephone call that his son had...

Free higher education an opportunity for change and empowerment – Pandor

Jan Gerber Fully subsidised bursaries for students from poor and working-class backgrounds present an opportunity for all South African universities and colleges to be at...

Why do so many South Africans die of TB?

Ashleigh Furlong Listeriosis has killed about 200 people since January last year. In the past six months, the outbreak has generated many headlines. There was a huge...

Eight years for striking one match

Bongekile Macupe  Khaya Cekeshe badly wanted to study law at the University of the Witwatersrand but his parents couldn’t afford the fees. After doing one year...
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