fbpx
22 C
Johannesburg
Friday, March 5, 2021
- Advertisement -

CATEGORY

World

- Advertisement -

Zimbabwe: The nightmare of menstruation for poor girls

Mirirai Nsingo Fifteen-year-old Belinda** from Highfield, Harare misses school every time she goes through her menstrual cycle. Apart from the dysmenorrhea (also known as painful...

African countries want to accelerate the 4th industrial revolution, what about the first three?

Thuletho Zwane One of the more pertinent questions asked at the African Development Bank (AfDB) 2018 annual meetings was whether African states could strategically and...

Namibia: First Lady rejects Curro Holdings school deal link

Shinovene Immanuel First Lady Monica Geingos says the company that wants to build a N$200 million private school in Windhoek misinformed the education ministry in...

Science in Africa: homegrown solutions and talent must come first

Alan Christoffels It’s been a recurring refrain: Africa still lags woefully behind the rest of the world in generating new scientific knowledge. As figures collated by the World...

‘Shut up, you idiot, k*****’ – teacher allegedly tells 7-year-old pupil

Amanda Khoza "Shut up, you idiot, k*****!" This is what a Grade 2 teacher in Gauteng allegedly said to a 7-year-old girl shortly after slapping her...

Tanzania: Govt Employs 6,495 new teachers

Alawi Masare The government said on Wednesday that it has employed 6,495 teachers for both secondary and primary schools to fill gaps left after sacking...

Africa cannot industrialise without a strong focus on education

Thuletho Zwane The consensus among world leaders is that for Africa to truly industrialise, African states should heavily invest in education. President of World Bank Dr....

Zimbabwe: High Court Judge and Zimsec in exam results printing row

New Zimbabwe A former High Court judge has been dragged to court for demanding thousands of dollars from the Zimbabwe Schools Examinations Council (Zimsec) after...

Youths to play a part in South Africa regeneration

Mthulisi Sibanda South African youths are set to play a crucial role in the much-anticipated campaign Play Your Part launched to promote active citizenry and ensure locals...

Dad takes on private school over son’s financial exclusion

Tania Broughton, Correspondent The father of a private primary school pupil, who was prevented from writing exams because of unpaid school fees, has challenged the...
- Advertisement -

Latest articles

- Advertisement -