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Cornia Pretorius

Cornia Pretorius

    'We should affirm one another'
    'We should affirm one another'
    Veronica McKay's legacy lies in the millions of 'forgotten' people
    Make time for yourself
    Make time for yourself
    Top educationist Jane Hofmeyr says working moms need to make compromises but should not neglect themselves
    Found in translation
    Found in translation
    Lack of funds threatens experiment in mother-tongue education, writes Cornia Pretorius
    Study of psychological violence
    Study of psychological violence
    Are you suffering from migraines? What about stomach problems, high blood pressure, asthma, chest pain or ulcers?
    New beginnings
    New beginnings
    Westerford High is helping to set up a new school, writes Cornia Pretorius.
    Baptism of fire awaits Essop at the Council on Higher Education
    Baptism of fire awaits Essop at the Council on Higher Education
    The newly appointed chief executive of the CHE will tackle the organisational turmoil that has undermined the work of the policy advisory body.
    Giving healthcare for children and seniors a shot in the arm
    Giving healthcare for children and seniors a shot in the arm
    “The Sharpeville integrated nutrition programme for the elderly is my passion,” says Wilna Oldewage-Theron .
    University for Mbombela
    University for Mbombela
    Mpumalanga is to get its own institution and academic hospital, but go ahead still has to come from the minister. Cornia Pretorius reports.
    Degrees out of sync with jobs
    Degrees out of sync with jobs
    South African graduates do not have the competence in spoken and written English or the oral presentation skills required by employers.
    'Flawed' tender for textbooks
    'Flawed' tender for textbooks
    The Department of Basic Education was back peddling this week following a groundswell of opposition against a “fundamentally flawed” tender.
    Good lessons in any language
    Good lessons in any language
    The problem with South African education is less about mother-tongue tuition than the quality of teaching.