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KZN education department investigates allegations of sexual abuse at historic Adams College

Mxolisi Mngadi The KwaZulu-Natal department of education on Wednesday said that it had begun its investigation into allegations that male teachers at the historic Adams...

Cuba to support Liberia’s literacy programme

Front Page Africa Liberia's Vice President Chief /Dr. Jewel Howard-Taylor has received in audience the Charge' D'Affairs of the Embassy of the Republic of Cuba...

Motshekga: ‘What we need is money’

Gemma Ritchie  South Africa does not have enough resources to meet growing demands like the eradication of pit toilets, Minister of Basic Education Angie Motshekga...

Zimbabwean children miss exams as Home Affairs sends them from city to city

Tariro Washinyira    Three Zimbabwean refugee children aged 7, 12 and 14, have been out of school for two weeks and missed examinations because they had...

More Park Town Boys High School teachers accused of misconduct

Amanda Khoza The Gauteng Department of Education has confirmed that four Park Town Boys High School teachers have been charged with committing misconduct in the...

South Africa: Former president Jacob Zuma speaks to black school pupils

Mxolisi Mngadi Former president Jacob Zuma has encouraged black school pupils to follow fields of studies that will empower them to participate "fully" in the...

Kenya: Moi Girls School students return after rape saga

Ouma Wanzala Students of Moi Girls School-Nairobi returned to school on Sunday after the institution was closed for a week following a rape incident...

Namibia: Need for minimum wage for graduates

Vilho Hangula One way to address income inequality and poverty among the people is to put money into the pockets of the masses, giving them...

South Africa: Two schools burnt allegedly over outcome of by-election

BALISE MABONA Two schools were burnt this weekend in Thabana village in Siyabuswa in Mpumalanga, allegedly by a crowd of community members who were dissatisfied...

The way history is taught in South Africa is ahistorical – and that’s a problem

Natasha Robinson History may soon be a compulsory school subject until Grade 12 in South Africa. A task team established by the country’s minister of...
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