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Read the e-editions of Inside Education Quarterly Print Publications here.

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March 2024

When the democratic government took power in South Africa in 1994, it faced an incredible challenge to undo the systematic underdevelopment of most children who studied in South African schools under apartheid.

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December 2023

In early 2022, Magdeline Makoša Ratsatsi applied to the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) for herself and on behalf of her two younger siblings. To her amazement, all three applications were approved.

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October 2023

Matric learner Sidney Ramantshwana and his peers are almost

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June 2023

South Africa looks back on another concluded Youth Month with a rallying call urging the youth to beat the deepening unemployment crisis by adopting a Mandela-like entrepreneurial spirit the iconic leader often spoke about. However, with Mandela Month and Monday Day upon us, South Africa is staring down the barrel of an unemployment headache, with the outlook considerably worsening for the youth.

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April 2023

School infrastructure backlogs have been considerably reduced over the past ten years. But many school environments still need to be more conducive to learning. We are committed to eradicating the backlogs which continue to harm teaching and learning throughout parts of South Africa.

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October 2022

Cosatu calls for compulsory schooling from Grade R to 12.

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June 2022

The debate about the right of mother-tongue learning in South African schools has been ongoing for years, in a country with 11 official languages.

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March 2022

Diepsloot Secondary School Number 2 and 3, headed by Principal Mmatebogo Makhubedu is a beacon of hope in this community, which is generally known for its high crime rate and gangsterism. Makhubedu has proven that excellence has no special address as she has continued to produce an impressive matric pass rate since 2016.

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