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Namibia: Need for minimum wage for graduates

Vilho Hangula One way to address income inequality and poverty among the people is to put money into the pockets of the masses, giving them...

The way history is taught in South Africa is ahistorical – and that’s a problem

Natasha Robinson History may soon be a compulsory school subject until Grade 12 in South Africa. A task team established by the country’s minister of...

Thokozile Xasa will tackle the difficult and enormous problem of school sport in South Africa

Mosibodi Whitehead One of the most serious criticisms of Fikile Mbalula’s term as minister of Sport and Recreation was his lack of focus on fixing...

Agriculture: We must bring back school holiday camps

Dr Sam Motsuenyane and Paul Ntshabele “Black people cannot farm Paul, even if we gave you all the farms what are you going to do...

A shock to the system: how new teachers in Zimbabwe learn to do their jobs

Nhlanhla Mpofu and Lizette J de Jager There’s a big difference between what prospective teachers learn at university and what they find when they enter the world...

Science in Africa: homegrown solutions and talent must come first

Alan Christoffels It’s been a recurring refrain: Africa still lags woefully behind the rest of the world in generating new scientific knowledge. As figures collated by the World...

Footballer turned philanthropist gives back to community

Mosibodi Whitehead One of the most serious challenges in delivering sporting opportunities to all South African children of school going age is the lack of...

South Africa’s apartheid schools

Francois Cleophas South Africa’s history of segregation has left its footprints in many places. Take the case of semi-rural Franschoek in the country’s Western Cape...

Nigerian university graduates find it tough in job market

Daily Trust Minister of State for Education Professor Anthony Anwuka last week proposed a one-year post-graduation training to be offered in some specialized institutions in...

South Africa’s reading crisis: Focus on the root cause

Ingrid Willen​berg Nearly a quarter of a century into democracy, four presidents and several curricular revisions later, South Africa has made little headway in its...
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