UK Universities Dragging Their Feet On Anti-Racism Measures

Ilyas Nagdee Over a quarter of ethnic minority students in the UK have endured physical and verbal racist...

SA Principals Back From China Study Tour

Twenty-five South African school principals, who spent two weeks in China to broaden understanding of the work by educational leaders at a...

SA School PrincipalS China Study Tour ‘Beneficial To All’ – DBE

ElijahMhlanga SHANGHAI - This week marks the beginning of the second week of the study tour to China...

Chinese and South African School Principals Learning From Each Other

 Elijah Mhlanga SHANGHAI - Cooperation between parents and teachers is a critical factor in a child's development,...

Innovative Mirrored Classroom Highlights Scale Of Massive Global Education Crisis

Riyaz Patel A non-profit organisation (NPO) dedicated to exposing the severity of the global education crisis, has presented a compact mirrored installation to delegates at UN General...

UCT Tops In Africa In All Five Major World University Rankings

Riyaz Patel The University of Cape Town (UCT) has jumped up 20 places to 136th position in the latest...

Nearly 2 Million Children Out Of School Due To Conflict In...

"A generation of children risk being denied the right to learn," UNICEF has warned in a new report detailing the effects of...

‘An Inevitable Feature Of American Life’ – Back-To-School Lists Now Include...

Riyaz Patel With the onset of the school year in the US, anxious parents are purchasing backpacks that...

How Schools Are Kept Afloat In ‘Unrecognized’ Somaliland

Tobias Gandrup, University of Antwerp and Kristof Titeca, University of Antwerp In 1991, following a civil war that led...
Inside Education - Girls' Education is Key in War Against Climate Change

Unicef: Only 1 in 5 children enrolled in pre-primary education in...

Staff Reporter On Tuesday the United Nations Children Fund (Unicef) released its first ever global report on pre-primary education. It reported that 175-million children globally...

Christchurch holds public call to prayer at site of mosque attack

A nationwide moment of silence was observed in New Zealand on Friday - ushered in by the Muslim call to prayer - a weekafter...

IMF says poor education hinders SA’s economic growth

South Africa’s long-term low economic growth might be attributed in part to poor education outcomes, according to an International Monetary Fund (IMF) working paper...

Oranto Petroleum Increases its Support to the Education of South Sudan’s...

As part of its commitment to the socio-economic development of South Sudan, Oranto Petroleum will be financing an educational programme in conjunction with the...
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5 Ways Tech Can Revolutionise Education

With the Fourth  Industrial Revolution gaining speed, the nature of work and economic activity is set to dramatically change. One woman is on a...

African education experts converge in Nairobi

Ouma Wanzala Education policy makers and opinion leaders are meeting Tuesday to discuss the initiatives African governments are making to entrench disability inclusive education in...

WATCH: We give the youth skills

Sun Reporter “We are proud of what has been achieved through this partnership.” Anglo American Platinum’s senior social performance manager at Amandelbult, Tshepo Kgasago, said that...

Africa: A unique opportunity to promote scientific collaboration

Rami M Ayoubi and Engin Akcay Science diplomacy has three different faces: science in diplomacy (using science as a diplomatic instrument in foreign policy); diplomacy...

Financial literacy: Don’t take credit

Capitec Bank "Don't take credit" - a seemingly contradictory message coming from a bank. Understanding some of the financial and societal pressures faced by consumers, Capitec Bank has...

Rwandans urged to embrace e-learning

Diane Mushimiyimana   The Minister for Education, Eugene Mutimura, has encouraged students and the public in general to embrace eLearning opportunities to evolve better in the digital...

Dunoon youths get opportunity to become film-makers

Peter Luhanga A Cape Town non-profit film training organisation was selected out of hundreds of organisations worldwide to receive a United Nations Youth Solidarity Fund...