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Eastern Cape mud schools progress stalls

Bongekile Macupe  The Eastern Cape education department predicts it will have eradicated all mud schools in the province by 2022 — six years later than...

Late payday highlights plight of grade R teachers

Bongekile Macupe Grade R teachers in KwaZulu-Natal were paid several days late this month — highlighting the fact that these foundation-phase educators have yet to...

‘Code of silence no longer exists’ – Lesufi on Parktown Boys High

Yoliswa Sobuwa and Nico Gous Gauteng MEC of education Panyaza Lesufi expressed the need for the establishment of a new code of conduct during his...

Digital technology can help reinvent basic education in Africa

 Erwan Lequentrec and Francesc Pedró  African countries have worked hard to improve children’s access to basic education, but there’s still significant work to be done. Today, 32.6...

New school already crammed beyond capacity

Vincent Lali     Last week angry parents refused to vacate a school in Khayelitsha, demanding their children be admitted. “They crammed their kids into classrooms...

Nelson Mandela University disrupted as NSFAS fails to pay fees

Joseph Chirume Nelson Mandela University students disrupted classes for several days last week, protesting against conditions at off-campus residences and demanding the speedy payment of...

Zimbabwe: Teachers headed for clash with government

Nokuthaba Dlamini Teachers are headed for a clash with government after the Zimbabwe Teachers’ Association (Zimta) yesterday officially declared they would down tools when schools...

Africa Grapples With Huge Disparities in Education

Zipporah Musau At the dawn of independence, incoming African leaders were quick to prioritize education on their development agendas. Attaining universal primary education, they maintained,...

Hundreds of teachers protest as KZN MEC tables budget

Nompendulo Ngubane     Hundreds of Grade R teachers from across KwaZulu-Natal protested outside the legislature in Pietermaritzburg on Thursday. They demanded that MEC for Education...

Dept explains why 23 Vuwani schools have still not been repaired

Chester Makana The Limpopo education department has said that 23 schools that still need to be repaired after protests in Vuwani in 2016 will not...
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