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School dropout rate increased drastically during lockdown

About 650 000 to 750 000 children aged seven to 17 years old were not attending school by May this year, compared to the...

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...

BREAKING: Schools to remain closed until 26 July

President Cyril Ramaphosa on Sunday announced that schools will remain closed until 26 July. During his statement on the progress in the national effort to...

Schools on track to open even with rising Covid-19 infections

While the lockdown rules are likely to be extended, schools are still set to open as initially planned. This is according to the Department of...

UP makes history with unprecedented 100% pass rate in SAICA ITC exams

The University of Pretoria (UP) this month made history with an unprecedented 100% pass rate in the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA) April Initial...

Zimbabwe women’s national team beckons Wits Rugby’s Tadiwanashe Kwete

TSHEPISO MAMETELA| Zimbabwe Women Sables are looking for an industrious start to the 2021 Africa Cup Challenge as they romp up preparations ahead of the...

There’s more to mathematics than academia – says hackathon winners

A team of three Rhodes University students and two external collaborators have won first prize at the recently concluded nationwide Hackathon challenge. The two-day challenge...

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...
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