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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...

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...

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...

New school of thought: exit-level exam for Grade 9 planned

Prega Govender High school pupils will soon be able to write an exit-level exam in Grade 9 which, if they pass, will get them a...

Gauteng government urges youth to attend annual youth expo

LINDI MASINGA As part of Youth Month celebrations, the Gauteng provincial government has urged high school learners, unemployed youth and graduates to attend the fourth...

Ghana: University of Mines and Technology to Run Courses in Railway Engineering

Ghanaian Times The Ministry of Railways Development and the University of Mines and Technology (UMaT), Tarkwa last week signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for...

Nigeria: Global Standard in Banking Education Introduced

Nume Ekeghe As part of efforts to promote ethical standards as well as provide the foundation for high-quality and consistent education for bankers worldwide, the...

Botswana, South Sudan sign MOU on tertiary education

Benjamin Shapi Higher education ministries of Botswana and South Sudan on May 30 signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in the field of tertiary education. The...

Students left hungry, destitute due to non-payment of Nsfas allowances, MPs told

Jan Gerber Without their allowances, many students on tertiary campuses across the country are left destitute and hungry, Parliament's Portfolio Committee on Higher Education and...

Student who received R14 million Nsfas payout in error appears in court

Jan Bornman Sibongile Mani, the Walter Sisulu University (WSU) student who accidentally received more than R14m from the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (Nsfas) and...
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