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Agriculture will create jobs for youth in Africa

Thuletho Zwane The African Development Bank (AfDB) has identified agriculture as key for the acceleration of economic growth and the reduction of unemployment in Africa. Speaking...

#ZolileKhumalo: Students come out in numbers to protest outside court

Sarah Smit, Agencies Hundreds of Mangosuthu University of Technology (MUT) students gathered outside the Durban Magistrate’s Court on Thursday for the appearance of the man who...

Two South Africans go head-to-head on slavery

Roger Southall A recent exchange on Twitter between South African TV personality Sizwe Dhlomo and Western Cape Premier Helen Zille, is worthy of close examination because it...

Tanzania: Govt to Organize Nation-Wide Debate On Education, Minister Reveals

Deogratius Kamagi The Tanzania government is planning to organize a nation-wide debate with stakeholders in education to discuss possible ways to improve the sector. This was...

South Sudan’s former child soldiers find it hard to get back to school

Merethe Skårås More than 200 child soldiers have been freed from armed groups in South Sudan. The 112 boys and 95 girls, all under the age of...

Quality education starts with schools that work

Norman Mbazima What would it take to re-imagine South Africa’s education system? It starts with the basics: we must find a way to give each...

Validating ‘the truth’ about SA’s education system

Gopolang Makou & Kate Wilkinson A South African Twitter account promises to "tell you the truth, no matter how hard it is to accept". But are the...

Kenya public universities crack whip on striking secturers

Ouma Wanzala Public universities have started cracking the whip on striking lecturers and other staff as the industrial action enters its third month on Tuesday. The...

‘Stimela’ – a tale about apartheid’s migrant labour system

Andries Bezuidenhout What is the ultimate song to celebrate Workers’ Day? Many will suggest “The Internationale” which had its roots as a poem written in the aftermath...

Curro considers a “school fee loan” scheme

Phillip de Wet , Business Insider SA Curro is considering a "school fee loan" scheme, private school group Curro said on Monday, for "selected learners" in...
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