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Policy Options To Crack The Mother Tongue Versus English Riddle In South African Schools

NOMPUMELELO MOHOHLWANE INTERNATIONALLY, education theory favours mother-tongue instruction and recommends that schooling should begin in the language the child...

COVID-19 Is An Opportunity For South Africa To Review And Strengthen Remote Online Training Capacity

THEBE MABANGATHE latest consultations between the Department of Basic Education and teacher unions over whether schooling should continue and in what form...

COVID-19: There Is A Silver Lining To This Dark Cloud, Says Ramaphosa

CYRIL RAMAPHOSA THE old saying that ‘necessity is the mother of invention’ comes to mind when I think about...

South Africa Is Ready For A ‘Re-look’ At Inclusive Education

Dr AVIVIT CHERRINGTON AN education system that is truly inclusive seeks to foster a culture of competence and belonging...

Opinion: Human Rights, World-Making, And Living Under COVID-19 In South Africa

WHAT ARE our human rights in the COVID-19 crisis – not which rights do we have, but what are they as...

UCT: It’s Time To Rethink The Global University

THE PANDEMIC has disrupted higher education international activities and the financial models on which universities increasingly depend. But the previous model...

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...
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All 26 SA Universities Aim To Complete Academic Year In 2021 – Higher Education Ministry

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Class of 2020 Ready For Exams, Says Western Cape Education MEC

NYAKALLO TEFU WESTERN Cape Education MEC Debbie Schafer says preparations are complete and it’s all systems go for the...
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