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STEM and art education is central to Africa’s development and innovation

STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) education is increasingly recognised as a driver of economic performance, which is essential in helping developing countries compete...

UCT remains top in Africa, with UJ and Wits close at its heels

The University of Cape Town (UCT), the University of Witwatersrand (Wits) and the University of Johannesburg (UJ) have been ranked the three top universities...

3 ways schools can improve STEM learning for Black students

JAMES HOLLY JR. Black people make up just 9% of the STEM workforce. As a scholar who studies how STEM educators can more effectively reach Black students, I want...

Student athletes vaccinated ahead of the Tokyo Olympics

Athletes in preparation for the 2021 Tokyo Olympics Games in Japan are already receiving their Covid-19 jabs. The University of Johannesburg (UJ) shotput champion, Jason...

Africa countries have highest global death rate among critically ill Covid-19 patients – says study

Insufficient critical-care resources, high comorbidities such as HIV/AIDS, diabetes, chronic liver and kidney disease and well as severity of organ dysfunction upon admission suggest...

School District Agrees To Pay $3M In Bullied Child’s Suicide

THE parents of an 8-year-old boy who killed himself after being bullied repeatedly at an Ohio school have reached a tentative $3 million settlement...

Boosting connectivity in African universities: a lofty ideal, but doable

WILLIE TAFADZWA CHINYAMURINDI| Connecting African universities to high speed internet can help drive the development of digital skills and capabilities. This would also benefit secondary schools and...

Student success in a time of crisis

Universities have had to adopt a hybrid approach to teaching and learning since the coronavirus outbreak. University faculties were requested move to online teaching platforms...

Wits Archaeologist named 2021 National Geographic Explorer

Archaeologist and biological anthropologist, Keneiloe Molopyane, has been recognised as a trailblazer by the prestigious National Geographic Society. Molopyane has been announced as part of...

Wits announces team to advance AI research in Africa

Wits University announced its team that will advance Africa’s AI initiative, Cirrus, a private sector led initiative bringing together academia and industry for the establishment...
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