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Zimbabwean-Born AI Expert Launches Technology That Turn Trees Into WiFi Hubs...

Zimbabwean AI expert William Sachiti, CEO of UK-based start-up Academy of Robotics has published an open-source technology – 'Trees of Knowledge' – to improve...

Defining New Education Models In The New Economic & Social Context...

Quality, relevant and targeted education is one of the most pressing issues of our times. In this fast and ever changing world,...
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Blade Nzimande Worried About SA’s Declining Maths Results Amid Cheers For...

South Africa's Higher Education Minister says he's concerned with the numbers which show that fewer matriculants achieved more than 40% for mathematics...
Cyril Ramaphosa with Basic education minister and her deputy

Reading For Meaning An ‘Apex Priority’ For Government – Ramaphosa Tells...

President Cyril Ramaphosa told key stakeholders in the basic education sector immediate task as government is to improve the foundational skills of...

Ramaphosa Applauds 2019 Matric Results, Says SA Education On An ‘Upward...

President Cyril Ramaphosa has hailed the 81,3% 2019 matric pass rate, saying its a "clear signal that government’s substantial investment in education,...

Vodacom Committed To Enhancing Education Systems Across Africa

Vodacom is committed to enhancing learning outcomes in South Africa as well other African countries in which it has a presence.

Why Kenya Is Failing To Integrate Technology Into Secondary Schools

Jo Tondeur, Vrije Universiteit Brussel Kenya’s education ministry has proposed that information and communication technology (ICT) – such as...

Time For Innovative Approaches Over Traditional Learning Methods

Access to quality education is a fundamental human right rather than a privilege. A number of international conventions and the United Nations have also...
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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.

Presidential Commission On 4IR Presents Draft Diagnostic Report To Ramaphosa

The Presidential Commission on the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) presented its draft diagnostic report to President Cyril Ramaphosa Thursday.
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Do Not Neglect Research & Innovation When Talking Investments, Cautions DIRCO...

Riyaz Patel It's time for Africa to become serious about investing more in research, development and innovation, International Relations...

Matthew Goniwe: Celebrating the Legacy

Matthew Goniwe: Celebrating the Legacy Download

Declining Quality Education Means Africa’s Youth Not Prepared For Job Market...

A sharp decline in the quality of education and training provided by African countries since 2014 has left many of the continent’s...

DBE Clarifies Stance On General Education Certificate In Parliament

On the eve of the National Senior Certificate (NSC) Matric examinations, the Department of Basic Education (DBE) has again clarified, this time...

New Technologies Can Be A Force For Good In Africa If...

Roland Benedikter, Wroclaw University Sub-Saharan Africa is at a point where new technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) could...

People Are Key To Unlocking SA’s Potential, Says Thabo Mbeki Unveiling...

Riyaz Patel Thabo Mbeki and Minister of Basic Education Angie Motshekga are studying a report into education and...

Two More Schools Of Specialisation With A Focus On High Tech...

The launch of St Barnabas and UJ Metropolitan Mathematics specialist Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) schools is set to ignite a...

Female CSIR Researchers Break New Ground

Female researchers at the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), working in additive manufacturing and stem cell reprogramming, have announced some...

‘Technology Doesn’t Wait For You’ – Gauteng Finance MEC Urges Women...

A seminar to discuss the impact of digital transformation and challenges faced by women in the ICT sector has heard that only...