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NSFAS CEO Steven Zwane suspended

Staff Reporter The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) suspended its executive officer Steven Zwane with immediate effect on Monday evening. "The suspension follows allegations of...

KZN education steps in at school where 2 pupils were killed over phone

Kaveel Singh A KwaZulu-Natal school where two pupils were stabbed and killed will undergo a multitude of changes when government interventions are implemented, MEC for...

Nigeria to introduce indigenous languages to teach Mathematics and Science

Socrates Mbamalu Nigeria might be a country facing too many challenges, but the latest announcement by the Minister for Science and Technology, Dr Ogbonnaya Onu...

Meet Kenya’s Fridah Mokaya; University of Connecticut’s first black Female Nuclear Physics PhD graduate

Kylie Kiunguyu Moving from her native Kenya to pursue a masters in Physics, Dr. Fridah Mokaya went on to join the University of Connecticut PhD...

Replace legal processes with TRC equivalent‚ Fees Must Fall activists tell government

Naledi Shange Minister of Justice Michael Masutha has received a memorandum from Fees Must Fall activists who are demanding they receive presidential pardon from criminal...

Inside one of SA’s most advanced state-school laboratories

James de Villiers  Stellenbosch High School’s new science classrooms will help create “wow moments” for students of all ages, says Niel Retief, department head for...

Southern Africa has low levels of trained teachers

Alvine Kapitako There are low levels of trained teachers at secondary level and in some Southern Africa countries at primary level, according to the recently...

Nigeria: Cambridge officials rate Nigerian students high in academics

Ujunwa Atueyi Officials of Cambridge International Education (CIE) have described Nigerian students as highly intellectual individuals who can compete favourably with their peers in any...

Zimbabwe: Good month for education

Leroy Dzenga Since the beginning of the month of August, Zimbabwean intellect has been on global display across many platforms. Young men and women were ambassadors...

More kids experiment with liquor

Zisanda Nkonkobe Statistics by the South African Depression and Anxiety Group has shown that some children start drinking when they are only 11 years old. The...
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