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Michael Komape’s family to appeal Limpopo High Court’s decision

Ciaran Ryan     The Komape family is asking for leave to appeal the Polokwane High Court’s rejection of its claim for nearly R3 million in...

Nigeria: Global Standard in Banking Education Introduced

Nume Ekeghe As part of efforts to promote ethical standards as well as provide the foundation for high-quality and consistent education for bankers worldwide, the...

Thokozile Xasa will tackle the difficult and enormous problem of school sport in South Africa

Mosibodi Whitehead One of the most serious criticisms of Fikile Mbalula’s term as minister of Sport and Recreation was his lack of focus on fixing...

Botswana, South Sudan sign MOU on tertiary education

Benjamin Shapi Higher education ministries of Botswana and South Sudan on May 30 signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in the field of tertiary education. The...

Agriculture: We must bring back school holiday camps

Dr Sam Motsuenyane and Paul Ntshabele “Black people cannot farm Paul, even if we gave you all the farms what are you going to do...

Zimbabwe: The nightmare of menstruation for poor girls

Mirirai Nsingo Fifteen-year-old Belinda** from Highfield, Harare misses school every time she goes through her menstrual cycle. Apart from the dysmenorrhea (also known as painful...

Vuwani threatens shutdown (again)

Russel Molefe Vuwani in Limpopo is again on the edge after the collapse of a deal brokered last year by former president Jacob Zuma and...

History subject to be made compulsory and more Africa-centred

Tammy Petersen A ministerial task team has recommended that history be made a compulsory school subject, according to a report released by the Department of...

Students left hungry, destitute due to non-payment of Nsfas allowances, MPs told

Jan Gerber Without their allowances, many students on tertiary campuses across the country are left destitute and hungry, Parliament's Portfolio Committee on Higher Education and...

Criminal complaint laid against Sace for failing to vet teachers against sex offenders register

Christina Pitt Democratic Alliance (DA) MP Sonja Boshoff and fellow party members have laid a criminal complaint against South African Council for Educators (Sace) board...
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