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Ethiopia: Conflict disrupts school for tens of thousands

Sora Halake Conflict in Ethiopia's vast Oromia region has disrupted formal education for tens of thousands of youngsters, authorities there say. Violent attacks on mostly ethnic...

Embrace fresh methods of learning for new generation

Yoliswa Sobuwa Traditional approach to education needs to be revolutionised to ensure best outcomes for the current generation of school children. Jenny Coetzee, career educator and...

Protesting teachers detained in Sudan’s El Gezira

Staff Reporter Teachers in Wad Madani, capital of El Gezira in east-central Sudan, carried out a sit-in on Sunday, in protest against the government’s decision...

Uganda Catholic Church rejects sex education in schools

Frederic Musisi The Catholic Church leadership in Uganda has slammed the government’s National Sexuality Education policy and said they will not allow it to be...

Algeria goes offline to stop students cheating

AFP Algeria went offline on Wednesday for the start of high school diploma exams, the first in a series of internet blackouts to stop students...

South Africa: Teachers to be vetted for sex predation, violence and racism

Thuletho Zwane “As a former Parktown Boy, the culture of Parktown Boys is very patriarchal,” said Max a caller on 702 on Monday morning. “When I...

Izikhothane task team acts against Uitenhage’s flashy spenders

Thamsanqa Mbovane Ward councillors, residents and the police in KwaNobuhle, Uitenhage, have taken action against the cult of flashy spending by izikhothane which costs their parents enormous...

Zimbabwe: Minister slams Dokora’s new curriculum for producing “hopeless” graduates

Staff Reporter Primary and Secondary Education Minister, Professor Paul Mavima has admitted the country's education system was deteriorating after it has, in the recent past,...

South Africa: Teachers’ union Sadtu concerned over school robberies

Jenni Evans The SA Democratic Teachers' Union (Sadtu) is "deeply concerned" about a spate of robberies at Cape Town schools over the past month. The...

Top referee Victor Hlungwani gives hope to rural kids

Tiyani wa ka Mabasa Former Baroka goalkeeper Oscarine Masuluke has used his past life experiences to motivate schoolchildren in Limpopo over the past week. Masuluke, 25,...
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