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DBE minister addresses vaccine hesitancy

The minister of basic education, Angie Motshekga, said educators and other staff in her sector “really need to overcome hesitancy”. Motshekga was briefing media at...

DBE requests extension for education sector vaccination programme

Minister of Basic Education Angie Motshekga has asked the Department of Health to give the education sector an extension “in order to mop-up the...

DBE to be taken to court for failing to provide meals to learners

Education activists and school governing bodies have returned to court to fight for school meals for learners. In a joint statement released by Equal Education...

University SRCs have distanced themselves from SABC reports of universities’ residence closures

Students’ representative councils (SRCs) at universities across the country have distanced themselves from claims made by the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) that they...

Teachers who refuse to be vaccinated are a threat – DBE

All teachers must report to work on July 19 already vaccinated against Covid-19 and those who have chosen not to be vaccinated will be...

It will be “devastating” if schools don’t open on 19 July – says Motshekga

Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga said it will be devastating if the country’s schools are not allowed to reopen on 19 July as planned. Motshekga...

Higher Education and Training sector vaccination programme to start

The roll out of vaccination to all staff in the post school system will start in the coming few weeks. This is according to...

Schools must be turned into vaccination sites – Sadtu

The National Executive Committee (NEC) of the South African Democratic Teachers’ Union (Sadtu) said it will engage government and the Minister of Science, Higher...

South African graduates may be mostly employed, but skills and jobs often don’t match

NOMBULELO MNCAYI| Labour markets around the world are undergoing significant changes – particularly in non-tech sectors. South Africa hasn’t been spared from this wave of change....

Technology in the classroom

The early introduction of technology in schools is important so to close the gap between where current graduates are and where they need to...
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