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Thabo Mohlala

Thabo Mohlala

Thabo reports for the Teacher newspaper, a Mail & Guardian monthly publication. Apart from covering education stories, he also writes across other beats. He enjoys reading and is an avid soccer and athletics fanatic. Thabo harbours a dream of writing a book.
Helping your learner to use Internet wisely
Helping your learner to use Internet wisely
There is no escaping the power of technology in our modern lives. We rely on it heavily to get by on a daily basis in our homes and workplaces. Our education system has...
Don't be shy to ask about ICT
Don't be shy to ask about ICT
Tinny Molepo, a grade four and five English teacher at Pulamadibogo Primary School in Mankweng, near Polokwane, Limpopo scooped the annual 2015...
Teach them to create not just consume
Teach them to create not just consume
Sheer passion, curiosity and desire to constantly seek creative ways to improve teaching put Linda Bradfield among the first group of teachers who...
Create own solutions
Create own solutions
As South African teachers celebrate World Teachers’ Day it is important for them to share observations on how to enhance the profession and...
Glass enhances our environment
Glass enhances our environment
Louis van Wyk has spent 43 years in the glass and aluminium industry. The last 14 years were as a marketing consultant for the South African Glass...
Unlocking learner performance
Unlocking learner performance
Indigenous knowledge (IK) "can serve as a good entry point for learners to understand the abstract science concepts”. South African learners have...
Read to soar high
Read to soar high
Taryn Lock is a third-generation South African Chinese woman, born and raised in the south of Johannesburg. She worked in management consulting and...
2015 ANAs back on the table
2015 ANAs back on the table
The ink had barely dried when Basic Education (DBE) Minister Angie Motshekga backtracked on her department’s decision to re-schedule the 2015...
Real estate
Real estate
Jonathan Davies is the branch manager of Pam Golding Properties (PGP) in Hyde Park, north of Johannesburg, and started real estate some 17 years...
Helping in her blood
Helping in her blood
Caroline Rule works as an occupational therapist and a driving consultant for people with disabilities such as a spinal cord injury and amputations. After assessing their remaining functionality and how best they can use it, she recommends driving adaptations that would enable them to...
Born to be a star
Born to be a star
Hlubi Mboya, best known for her role as Na-ndipha Sithole, since 2000, in SABC 3’s soapie Isidingo, matriculated from Rustenburg Girls’ High...
A career in metallurgy
A career in metallurgy
Markus Erwee graduated from Die Hoërskool Pretoria-Wes in 2001. He enrolled for the degree BEng in Metallurgical Engineering at the University of...