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South Africans Prefer Their Children To Be Taught In English

Steven Gordon, Human Sciences Research Council and Jaqueline Harvey, Human Sciences Research Council English is only one of 11 official languages spoken in South Africa....

‘Unpleasant Smell’ From Exam Papers Makes Learners Sick In Limpopo

The Government Printing Works (GPW) says it is reviewing its contract with a service provider following an incident in which children and educators...

NSFAS Needs A Complete ‘Re-imagination’ Administrator Tells Parliament

The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) requires nothing less than a “complete re-imagination" of its operating model and governance structure, the administrator appointed...

South Africa Must Up Its Game And Produce More Teachers

A UNESCO report, which examined the number of teachers that each country needs, found that sub-Saharan Africa needs an additional 6,3 million teachers if...

Telecom Firms Pledge Support For ICT Roll-Out In Special Needs Schools

Basic Education Minister, Angie Motshekga, recently convened the first ICT Roundtable on resourcing special needs schools with ICT equipment. Telecom giants Vodacom, MTN, Liquid...

South Africa Takes Steps To Assure The Quality Of Its Doctorates

Sioux McKenna, Rhodes University Around the world there has been a massive increase in demand for doctoral education. This mostly stems from the idea that...

Presidential Commission On 4IR Presents Draft Diagnostic Report To Ramaphosa

The Presidential Commission on the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) presented its draft diagnostic report to President Cyril Ramaphosa Thursday. The Commission, chaired by the President...

Do Not Neglect Research & Innovation When Talking Investments, Cautions DIRCO Minister Pandor At #SAIC19

Riyaz Patel It's time for Africa to become serious about investing more in research, development and innovation, International Relations and Cooperation (DIRCO) Minister Naledi Pandor has said. Speaking...

Gender Inequality In Education Is Still An Issue In Kenya And South Africa

Beatrice Akala, University of Johannesburg Women still aren’t fully represented in higher education in Kenya and South Africa, despite changes in law and policy over...

Bickering Over Bursaries Between Arts & Culture And Wits Leaves Students Destitute

Wits University Masters students who were promised bursaries by the Department of Arts and Culture, say payment delays have had a serious impact on...
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