Author

 
Edwin Naidu

Edwin Naidu

    Editorial - Let's build a winning, not a whining, nation
    Editorial - Let's build a winning, not a whining, nation
    For too long now it has become evident that South Africa has become a sick society. We are sick, pathetic people. The government, business and...
    Foundations for Education - Investing in education runs into billions
    Foundations for Education - Investing in education runs into billions
    YOUR GUIDE TO INVESTING IN EDUCATION
    Your country needs you
    Your country needs you
    Students of today must become the educators of tomorrow if the teaching profession is to thrive again, writes Edwin Naidu
    Editorial - Our Father in Heaven and the condom cartoon
    Editorial - Our Father in Heaven and the condom cartoon
    There has been an uproar since last month's issue, when the Teacher ran a cartoon featuring a bishop holding his hands up and saying: "Our Father...
    Time to take action
    Time to take action
    Deputy Minister of Education Mosibudi Mangena has a lot on his plate, writes Edwin Naidu
    Growing teacher shortage
    Growing teacher shortage
    The incorporation of teacher training colleges into the tertiary system will add to the shortage of educators in the country, writes Edwin Naidu...
    Editorial - You all deserve a medal
    Editorial - You all deserve a medal
    Next month the role of teachers will be marked through a number of activities organised by the thousands of men and women who make a difference in...
    Keep God out of public schools, says Mangena
    Keep God out of public schools, says Mangena
    South African schools are home to many faiths and all of them must be respected, writes Edwin Naidu
    A new fighter in the KZN ring
    A new fighter in the KZN ring
    In one of his first tasks since his appointment as MEC in charge of Education, Culture and Sport in KwaZulu-Natal, Lindumusa Gabriel Ndabandaba has...
    Aids on agenda at principals' indaba
    Aids on agenda at principals' indaba
    Headmasters from all over the country are to discuss the impact of HIV/Aids on the teaching profession, writes Edwin Naidu