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SA universities best for international students

Aune Angobe was born in Ongongo village in the Omusati region in Namibia. She was raised by her grandparents who have now both passed...

PART 2: What provincial departments of education will focus on in the 2021/2022 financial year

NALEDI SHOTA| Provincial departments of education have in recently outlined their plans and what they will be prioritising in this financial year through budget vote...

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...

Prince Gulukhulu Mathebula (75) attains PHD

BENSON NTLEMO| Prince Gulukhulu Mathebula, from Jilongo Village in Malamulele, Limpopo Province, attained a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree at the age of 73. Mathebula is...

Insourced security guards get opportunity to learn

Some South African universities have collaborated with the Safety and Security Sector Education and Training Authority (SASSETA) to train security personnel working at universities. The...

What the Netball World Cup can do for SA

KARIEN JONCKHEERE| Stands are currently empty and stadiums silent. But the good news for South African sport fans is that the next major international event...

Don’t Sacrifice 2020 ‘Schools Sports’ Games, Official Tells Kenyan Government

PHILIP ONYANGO Kenya Secondary Schools Sports Association (KSSSA) has put all options on the table to ensure co-curricular activities are held, including the East Africa...

UKZN Students Set Fire To Another Building

Rampaging students at the University of KwaZulu-Natal have set alight the HIV support centre at the Howard College campus. The building is the second...

Zimbabwean-Born AI Expert Launches Technology That Turn Trees Into WiFi Hubs To Improve Access To Education In Africa

Zimbabwean AI expert William Sachiti, CEO of UK-based start-up Academy of Robotics has published an open-source technology – 'Trees of Knowledge' – to improve access to education through...

Ramaphosa Hails SA Learners Who Won International Moot Court Competition

President Cyril Ramaphosa has hailed the team of South African Grade 11 learners, who won the 5th International School Moot Court Competition in Gdynia,...
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