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Experts: Use of Robots in Rwanda’s Schools Can Inspire Innovative Solutions

PLAYERS in the ICT sector have called for joint efforts to scale up the use of robots in schools across the country so as...

Non-profit Stemnova Advances STEM Education

WHEN then-high school student Isha Sanghvi saw that her younger brother’s public elementary school did not offer a hands-on, engaging science curriculum, she became...

Women And Girls To The Front: Gender Equality In STEM For A Better Tomorrow

WOMEN hold up half the sky. Some years ago, Sarah al-Amiri, a young Emirati engineer, had a fixed gaze beyond the sky and towards...

Science Corner: Top Pretoria Learner, Tsakane Koko, Shines At The Olympics Of Technology

CURRO Academy Pretoria’s Grade 11 learner, Tsakane Koko and her team have excelled at the Imagine Cup Junior Virtual Artificial Intelligence Hackathon, Girls Edition,...

More Female STEM Teachers Will Encourage Girls To Do Engineering

SAMANTHA Namugema is head of software developing department and programmer at ClinicMaster, an integrated new generation healthcare information management and medical billing software. The...

STEM: Extra Maths On A Mobile Device: A South African Study Shows It’s Not That Simple

INTERNATIONAL assessments have established that South Africa’s performance in maths and science among grade 5 and grade 9 learners has consistently been rated among...

STEM: Schools In South Africa Must Teach Skills And Subjects That Are Actually Needed – Ramaphosa

ONE of the key focus areas of the Economic Reconstruction and Recovery Plan is boosting education and skills development, says president Cyril Ramaphosa. Speaking at...

MTN Foundation SA: Using Technology To Overcome Covid-related Barriers In Education

THEBE MABANGA| WHEN South Africa entered the global mainstream of the Covid 19 pandemic with the confirmation of the first positive case in March...

Gender Bias Stymies Women’s Careers In STEM — United Nations

WHILE women play a critical role in science and technology, women career scientists still face gender bias, accounting for only 28 per cent of...

Opinion: MTN SA Foundation Accelerates E-learning Support To SA Learners, But Crime Poses A Major Threat

KUSILE MTUNZI-HAIRWADZI THE impact of rampant vandalism, theft and break-ins at schools is influencing the hopes and dreams of children across the country.  Thousands of Computer...
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