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Agriculture training in South Africa badly needs an overhaul

Frans Swanepoel Agriculture delivers more jobs per rand invested than any other productive sector. If the entire agriculture value chain is considered in South Africa, its...

Using the arts to teach financial literacy

Thuletho Zwane Matome Rapetsoa was seven years old when he watched his first play. This was back in 1983. “The play was called 'Forget about me'....

Naledi Pandor asks the public to weigh in on improvements in higher education via Twitter

Bonile Khanyi Newly appointed Minister of higher education and training Naledi Pandor posted a Twitter poll on Wednesday, asking South Africans which areas within...

Teacher unions welcome the budget with guarded optimism

Thabo Mohlala Teacher unions have joined scores of trade unions and some civil and NGOs in slamming Finance Minister, Malusi Gigaba’s increase of the VAT...

Money won’t fix education, we need skills development, says expert

Thabo Mohlala The most critical test for making the best use of the funds allocated for education is to re-engineer our education system in such...

Malusi Gigaba raises tax to make fee-free higher education a reality

Thabo Mohlala Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba presented a budget clearly designed to stave off the possible implosion of the higher education sector as well avert...

President Ramaphosa lifts country’s dejected mood as he highlights some successes in education

Thabo Mohlala President Cyril Ramaphosa delivered a stirring State of the Nation speech that ticked all the boxes as he promised to deal decisively with...

Free higher education in South Africa: cutting through the lies and statistics

Seán Mfundza Muller Public discussion about higher education funding in South Africa has been beset by numerous fictions and misunderstandings since the Fees Must Fall...

“No to bogus colleges”: Buti Manamela shuts down illegal institutions in Joburg

Bonile Khanyi Deputy minister of higher education Buti Manamela shut down an alleged bogus college in Johannesburg on Friday morning. In a video published by the...

Buti Manamela: Government needs to invest more in TVET Colleges

Chester Makana An increasing demand for training and vocational education over the past years dictates that more investment should be diverted to the sector, Higher...
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