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Ramaphosa Endorses Re-Opening of Schools Amid COVID-19 Fears

NYAKALLO TEFU President Cyril Ramaphosa has expressed his full support for the Department of Basic Education’s decision to re-open schools in June. This comes after Basic...

Blade Nzimande Unveils Plans For Re-Opening of Tertiary Institutions

CHARLES MOLELE HIGHER Education Minister Blade Nzimande said on Saturday that re-opening of institutions of higher learning will take place in phases informed by different...

Zweli Mkhize: Why Glenda Gray’s COVID-19 Claims Are Wrong and Factually Incorrect

ZWELI MKHIZE In the past week, my office has been inundated with media requests for comments regarding Prof Glenda Gray’s public utterances on government’s decision...

Cops Nab More Suspected School Burglars

INSIDE EDUCATION REPORTER Limpopo police have made a breakthrough in the housebreaking cases that have seen more than 1 500 schools burgled countrywide during the...

Africa Month: The Continent Must Unite Around The Cardinal Values of Ubuntu

DR MARINKIE MADIOPE In IsiZulu, there is a saying that goes, ‘indlela inbuzwa kwa ba phambili’, which can be loosely translated into, ‘direction is asked...

Coronavirus: Gauteng Education Allocates R15 000 To Schools For Deep Cleaning Ahead of Re-Opening In June

NYAKALLO TEFU GAUTENG EDUCATION Department has allocated R15 000 each to 1 752 schools which have been deemed to have the capacity to undertake the cleaning...

COVID-19: How To Ensure Continuity Of Education In Africa

THE COVID-19 pandemic has drastically hit the world since its outbreak in late 2019 with a lot of infections and death. Africa is no...

Two-Day-Old Baby Becomes South Africa’s Youngest Coronavirus Victim – Health Minister

CHARLES MOLELE A TWO-DAY-OLD baby is believed to be the youngest person to die from coronavirus in South Africa.  The infant was among 27 people...

Teachers Will Not Return To School If It Is Not Safe To Do So – Unions Tell Motshekga

NYAKALLO TEFU Teachers’ unions on Wednesday threatened to withdraw more than 300 00 teachers from schools if the Department of Basic Education fails to deliver...

Shock As Motshekga Ploughs Ahead With Controversial Plan To Reopen Schools Despite Warnings

CHARLES MOLELE AND NYAKALLO TEFU BASIC EDUCATION Minister Angie Motshekga has defended her Department’s hotly-contested decision to re-open schools in June, arguing that she followed...
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