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PROFILE: “We do not teach subjects, we teach children” – Khosa

BENSON NTLEMO| It was back in 2011, when learners at PP Hlungwani Secondary School in Malamulele, Limpopo together with their parents, boycotted classes demanding the...

Announcement on teacher vaccination to be made this week

NALEDI SHOTA| The Department of Basic Education is this week expected to announce a date on when teachers will be vaccinated.  Spokesperson for the department, Elijah...

UCT remains top in Africa, with UJ and Wits close at its heels

The University of Cape Town (UCT), the University of Witwatersrand (Wits) and the University of Johannesburg (UJ) have been ranked the three top universities...

Youth unemployment: A catastrophe

Ann Bernstein “If you can’t solve the problem of getting young people into work, it may not matter what other problems you do solve.” Paul Romer,...

3 ways schools can improve STEM learning for Black students

JAMES HOLLY JR. Black people make up just 9% of the STEM workforce. As a scholar who studies how STEM educators can more effectively reach Black students, I want...

Student athletes vaccinated ahead of the Tokyo Olympics

Athletes in preparation for the 2021 Tokyo Olympics Games in Japan are already receiving their Covid-19 jabs. The University of Johannesburg (UJ) shotput champion, Jason...

Gwede Mantashe obtains MBA at 65

NYAKALLO TEFU| President Cyril Ramaphosa has congratulated National Chairperson of the African National Congress (ANC) Gwede Mantashe after he obtained a Master of Business Administration...

Malema gives Motshekga seven days to shut down schools as Covid-19 cases rise in children

NALEDI SHOTA|  Julius Malema, Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) president has called for the shut down of schools and crèches as the country inches closer to the...

Nelson Mandela University suspends contact classes following a spike in Covid cases

NALEDI SHOTA| The Nelson Mandela University has become the second institution this week to suspend contact classes after there was a spike of positive Covid-19...

GDE concerned about the rising number of Covid-19 cases at schools in the province

NYAKALLO TEFU| The Gauteng Department of education has raised concerns about the number of Covid-19 cases at schools in the province. In the past week, the...
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