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A big moment for Africa: Why the MeerKAT – and astronomy – matter

Vanessa McBride 'Students must learn science in a way that allows them to build their repertoire of transferable skills.'   Astronomy in Africa will take a giant...

HUB approach could pay dividends for TSA

Mosibodi Whitehead Kevin Anderson’s run to the semi-finals at Wimbledon after a thrilling victory over Roger Federer this week has got the nation excited about...

The long and short of South African school commutes: a case study

Julia de Kadt and Alexandra Parker Education enables social mobility. This is particularly true in a context of high inequality and high unemployment, such as South Africa. This...

Private, private partnerships: Transforming lives through sport

Mosibodi Whitehead Ongeziwe Mali was introduced to hockey after visiting a friend. She was 10 years old and in grade 4. “A friend of mine invited...

Rwanda’s pre-school reading programme improves reading culture

Jean d'Amour Mbonyinshuti They sat under a tree, hurdled in a group, book pages making flapping sounds, thanks to the breeze that morning. When we arrived...

Report into medical degree corruption may warrant placing Limpopo University under administration

Belinda Bozzoli The University of Limpopo has been shamed by the Public Protector's report into medical degree corruption. In a report issued last week the Public...

Gauteng schools city region mini World Cup

Mosibodi Whitehead It’s being hailed as the most entertaining World Cup in two decades. Many will watch 32 nations fight for the right to be...

South Africa: Schools ignore the law when enforcing payment of school fees

Sipho Mzakwe "The school sold my lounge suite, microwave and fridge... it's now threatening to sell my house too". The household items of the parent...

Strengthening science and agriculture in Africa

Esther Ngumbi In late March, Africa’s leading scientists, innovators, and policymakers met in Kigali, Rwanda, to brainstorm solutions to an increasingly pressing problem: the low quality of...

South Africa: #FeesMustFall Student Activists Reflect On Their Own Legacy

Nkateko Mabasa On June 16, #FeesMustFall student activists gathered at the Apartheid Museum to hold a debate reflecting on the contested legacy of the Fallist...
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