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President Ramaphosa lifts country’s dejected mood as he highlights some successes in education

Thabo Mohlala President Cyril Ramaphosa delivered a stirring State of the Nation speech that ticked all the boxes as he promised to deal decisively with...

National Teaching Awards: This profession is the most critical to building society, says Jeff Radebe

Bonile Khanyi Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga honoured the nations top performing teachers at a gala dinner for the 18th Annual National Teaching Awards (NTAs)...

Education looks set to score big under Ramaphosa’s presidency

Thabo Mohlala Despite attaining high social status Matamela Cyril Ramaphosa has never turned his back on his humble beginnings. This was the common theme that...

Better literacy can help improve performance in maths and science, says expert

Thabo Mohlala Most learners fail maths and science primarily because of the academic language in which the subjects are written and taught. This is according...

Metrorail is failing us, say school children who miss classes daily

Tariro Washinyira Cape Town learners are missing school lessons daily because of problems with trains. But there’s no “quick fix”, says Metrorail. On the Northern line...

Afrikaans-speaking parents threaten to close school

Joseph Chirume On Monday, about 80 disgruntled parents, learners and community members attempted to close Sandisulwazi Secondary School in Paterson, Eastern Cape. The protesters are...

The Department of Basic Education gears up for National Teaching Awards

Bonile Khanyi All the nominees are in and things are heating up ahead of the 18th National Teaching Awards set to take place in...

How c*change is a catalyst for transformation at UCT

 Carla Bernardo For change to occur, one requires a catalyst. Someone or something needs to create change that, in turn, will spark a chain of events....

Panyaza Lesufi encourages parents to join school governing bodies

Bonile Khanyi The Gauteng MEC for Education, Panyaza Lesufi, has urged parents and guardians to play an active role in local schools by becoming...

DUT resumes classes amidst worker protest

Bonile Khanyi The Durban University of Technology (DUT) on Tuesday said lectures commenced without any disruptions despite the ongoing protests on campus. This comes after...
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