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Nigeria: Cambridge officials rate Nigerian students high in academics

Ujunwa Atueyi Officials of Cambridge International Education (CIE) have described Nigerian students as highly intellectual individuals who can compete favourably with their peers in any...

More kids experiment with liquor

Zisanda Nkonkobe Statistics by the South African Depression and Anxiety Group has shown that some children start drinking when they are only 11 years old. The...

The ANC supports making history a compulsory subject

Staff Reporter The ANC study group on basic education welcomed the findings of the basic education ministerial task team on making history a compulsory subject...

Treasury slams excess cash on NSFAS books

Lameez Omarjee he National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) had R153.8m more cash left than projected at the end of the 2017/18 financial year, it...

2 KZN pupils stabbed to death at school

Mxolisi Mngadi Two school boys have died after they were stabbed, allegedly by other pupils, at KwaMasakhane High School in KwaMakhutha, south of Durban on...

Dr Randall Carollissen appointed NSFAS administrator

Yoliswa Sobuwa Minister of Higher Education and Training, Naledi Pandor has appointed an administrator for the National Student Financial Aid Scheme. Dr Randall Carollissen has been...

New league to unearth rough diamonds

Sihle Ndebele The Gauteng department of education has joined forces with the Willowton Group to form the Sunfoil Schools League aimed at unearthing raw football...

Poverty-stricken communities in Ghana are restoring once-barren land

Albert Oppong-Ansah In the scorching Upper East Region of Ghana, the dry seasons are long and for kilometres around there is nothing but barren, dry...

Black academics empower female students

Naledi Mashishi A group of Black women academics are pooling their efforts to help a new generation of academics find their place at Wits University. The...

Rwanda: Govt suspends 57 schools in crackdown

Marie-Anne Dushimimana The Ministry of Education has suspended, for a week, 57 public schools, citing failure to meet the basic requirements which students need to...
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