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Youth Day 2020: 50% Unemployment Rate Among Young South Africans Is A Key Concern, says Professor Tawana Kupe

YOUTH DAY is an annual national holiday in South Africa which commemorates the 1976 uprising by black learners against an unjust...

OPINION| Eric Molobi, George Floyd and the Fourth Industrial Revolution

TSHILIDZI MARWALA THE FUNDAMENTAL need for social and physical distancing during Covid-19 has made it imperative that we...

World’s Poorest Children Are Missing Out On Vital Early Education, Campaigners Warn

SOME of the world’s poorest children are missing out on vital education in the first few years of their lives because...

COVID-19: Mmusi Maimane On Why Schools Are Not Ready To Open

MMUSI MAIMANE WHILE MANY may know me as a political figure in South Africa, I am also a...

No School Should Re-open Until All Necessary Precautions Are In Place – Ramaphosa

CYRIL RAMAPHOSA After 65 days of a nation-wide lockdown, the country is today starting a new phase in its...

Africa Day: From A Pre-colonial To A COVID-19 Post- University

DR MUNYARADZI MUSHONGA As we virtually celebrate Africa Month in 2020, it is worth reflecting on the journey...

Africa Month: The Continent Must Unite Around The Cardinal Values of Ubuntu

DR MARINKIE MADIOPE In IsiZulu, there is a saying that goes, ‘indlela inbuzwa kwa ba...

COVID-19: How To Ensure Continuity Of Education In Africa

THE COVID-19 pandemic has drastically hit the world since its outbreak in late 2019 with a lot of infections and death....

4IR: A Rapidly Changing World And The Need To Adapt Post COVID-19

PROFESSOR MAMOKGETHI PHAKENG The COVID-19 pandemic has brought into sharp focus our rapidly changing...

‘We must find new ways to bridge the digital divide’ – UP Vice-Chancellor on World Telecommunication and Information Society Day

TAWANA KUPE The internet has changed our lives. Today, in light of the global COVID-19 pandemic, thousands of...
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Litigating The Right To Education In SA – An Overview Of Some Of The Most Important Cases Of The Last 10 Years

The following op-ed is written by Ona Xolo of the Legal Resources Centre. THE basic education system in South...

Over 4 000 Gauteng Teachers Above Age 60 Forced To Retire Due To COVID

NYAKALLO TEFU WHEN schools reopen in Gauteng on August 24, many teachers might not be there.

60% Of Private Schools Risk Closing Down Due To Financial Challenges, Non-payment Of School Fees By Parents

CHARLES MOLELE and NYAKALLO TEFU At least 60% of private schools risk closing down due to financial challenges, particularly...

Food Security: Many Revolutions Were Started Because Of Hunger, Says Professor Thuli Madonsela

“Many revolutions have been started not because of philosophies, but because of hunger."This stark warning about the potential impact that the Covid-19...

#TuksTennis: Tuks Player Motivated After Being On Court With Tennis Legends

THERE ARE not many Tuks athletes who at 15 can boast of having rubbed shoulders with two of...
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