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‘Unpleasant Smell’ From Exam Papers Makes Learners Sick In Limpopo

The Government Printing Works (GPW) says it is reviewing its contract with a service provider following an incident in which children and educators...

South Africa Must Up Its Game And Produce More Teachers

A UNESCO report, which examined the number of teachers that each country needs, found that sub-Saharan Africa needs an additional 6,3 million teachers if...

Telecom Firms Pledge Support For ICT Roll-Out In Special Needs Schools

Basic Education Minister, Angie Motshekga, recently convened the first ICT Roundtable on resourcing special needs schools with ICT equipment. Telecom giants Vodacom, MTN, Liquid...

Gender Inequality In Education Is Still An Issue In Kenya And South Africa

Beatrice Akala, University of Johannesburg Women still aren’t fully represented in higher education in Kenya and South Africa, despite changes in law and policy over...

Gauteng Education Extends Admission Placement Period For 2020 To End November

The Gauteng Department of Education (GDE) has extended the admission placement period for the 2020 academic year to November 30.The process initially commenced on May...

Gauteng Education MEC Lesufi Apologizes To Parents Over Admissions Glitch

Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi say his department is fully aware of the admission disruptions at district offices and has apologised to parents. The department opened...

DBE Says ‘Misleading Reports’ On Sexuality Section Of Curriculum Creating Panic Among Parents

The Department of Basic Education (DBE) says its noted with concern the continued "misrepresentation of facts" regarding some of the content in the sexuality...

SA Principals Back From China Study Tour

Twenty-five South African school principals, who spent two weeks in China to broaden understanding of the work by educational leaders at a global level,...

Matthew Goniwe: Celebrating the Legacy

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DBE Averts Matric Exam Disruption In North West

The Department of Basic Education (DBE) say the 275 matric exam candidates, who had their sitting disrupted by community protests in the North West,...
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