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Gauteng Education Department Launches Investigation After School Allegedly Suspends Learner For Speaking Out Against Racism

THE Gauteng Education Department has launched an investigation into the suspension of a pupil following claims of racism. The pupil from Roosevelt High School in...

Select Committee on Education Welcomes Plans of Department of Sports For The Next Financial Year

THE Select Committee on Education and Technology, Sports, Arts and Culture has congratulated the Deputy Minister of the Department of Sport, Arts and Culture,...

Over 400 Maths And Science Teachers From Zimbabwe Unable To Enter SA Due To Travel Restrictions – DA

THE Democratic Alliance has called on the Department of Education in Limpopo to engage with the Home Affairs Department to allow some educators from...

Over 5 Million SA Learners Still Not Receiving School Meals – DBE report

NYAKALLO TEFU WHILE the implementation of the National School Nutrition Programme has improved, over 5 million children who qualify to benefit from the school feeding...

Seven KZN Learners Suspended Over Two Separate Bullying Incidents

THE KwaZulu Natal Department of Education has expelled five learners from the Newlands East Secondary School after they were captured on camera assaulting a...

Afrikanerbond Backs Decision To Allow Eastern Cape Matrics To Write Exams In isiXhosa

GREATER recognition urgently needs to be given to mother tongue instruction in South Africa's education system to avoid negative consequences for the country's children...

#TuksSport: Q&A With Dr Rendani Mulaudzi, Celebrating His 20 Years Of Service

Dr. Rendani Mulaudzi joined TuksSport in 2000 as a Sports Manager. In 2007, he was appointed as a Deputy Director. With his widespread experience...

Leading Schools In Terms Of Crisis: Six Lessons For School Leaders

PROFESSOR FELIX MARINGE Good leaders must never be caught off guard and suffer complete paralysis in times of crisis. Leaders must develop a wide range...

After Years of Gains, Black STEM Representation Is Falling. Why?

When Shirley Malcom decided in 1963 to forego the University of Alabama, the still fitfully integrating school just 50 miles from her native Birmingham,...

Knowledge Takes Lephong Village Youngster To Greater Heights

THE sky is surely the limit for a young man from the dusty streets of Lephong Village, who recently graduated from Corvinus University in...
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