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DBE, Equal Education Alarmed By ‘Devastating’, Increasing Number Of School Dropout Projections For 2020

NYAKALLO TEFU THE Department of Basic Education is concerned about the high-rate of school dropout projections anticipated for...

Over 60% Of Unemployed Youths Leave School Without A Matric Pass

Over 60% of unemployed young people in South Africa have dropped out of school without a matric pass or certificate, according to...

How to Prevent Students from Dropping Out In The Time Of COVID-19

STUDENTS on the path toward dropping out of high school often exhibit signals that they are at risk well before they stop...

Over 11 Million Girls May Not Go Back To School After The COVID-19 Crisis

THE COVID-19 pandemic has caused the largest school closures and education disruption in history, with more than 1.5 billion students affected at...

A White Professor Says She Has Been Pretending To Be Black For Her Entire Professional Career

IN a scenario reminiscent of the Rachel Dolezal scandal, an African history professor at George Washington University has admitted to pretending to...

Parliament Concerned About Post-lockdown Disruption of Schooling In Some Provinces

NYAKALLO TEFU THE Select Committee on Education and Technology, Sports, Arts and Culture has raised concerns about the disruption...

South Africa: Back-to-School in the Time of Covid-19 Poses Major Challenges for South African Teachers

LAURA ANGELA BAGNETTO SECONDARY school teacher Nikiwe Ndlovu was looking to go back to school last month after lockdown...

Umalusi To Ensure Covid-free Exams For 1.2 Million Grade 12 Learners

NYAKALLO TEFU UMALUSI says that matric exams will go ahead as planned and that matric papers have already been...

Woza Matrics: Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga Launches Free-to-air TV Programme Ahead Of Final Exams

AS of September 1, matriculants will have access to extra help with school work after the Department of Basic Education launched a...

More Than 6 000 KZN School Teachers Apply To Stay At Home Due To COVID-19 Fears

SANDILE MOTHA MORE than 6000 teachers in KwaZulu Natal have applied to stay at home due to the high...
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GOVERNMENT and the National Education, Health and Allied Workers Union (Nehawu) have agreed to continue engagement on issues concerning collective bargaining and...

Case Law Suggests South Africa Must Do More About Disrupted Schooling

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Teacher Of The Week: Limpopo’s Mokhudu Machaba Is Among 10 Finalists Vying For A U$1m Global Teacher Prize 2020

NYAKALLO TEFU LIMPOPO Education MEC Polly Boshielo says she is elated after a teacher Mokhudu Machaba from Ngwanamago Primary...

Zimbabwe Teachers Union Rejects UNICEF Push to Keep African Schools Open During Pandemic

HARARE - Schools across Africa are slowly reopening after months of remote learning during the coronavirus pandemic. But Zimbabwe's teachers union is...

Eastern Cape: Isolation Sites Identified For Matriculants Who May Test Positive For COVID-19 During Trial Exams

THE Eastern Cape MEC for Education Fundile Gade says matriculants at the Ethembeni Secondary School who tests positive for COVID-19 will be...
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