Kamogelo Seekoei

We are a nation crying out for help

What's wrong with us? With our abnormally high incidence of rape it's a question SA have to ask. This report is part of our 16 Days of Activism series

A school system designed to fail kids

Education and marginalisation was the major theme at the recent Public Participation in Education Network conference in Johannesburg.

‘Disabled at risk of dropping out’

Further research into the drop out rates of disabled children in South Africa is needed as these children and the youth are highly vulnerable.

Anomalies in Sexual Offences Act challenged

The Teddy Bear Clinic and Resources aimed at the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect filed papers to challenge anomalies in the Sexual Offences Act.

Schools cheat on fees

Parents kept in the dark about government policy on payments and exemptions.

Storm brews over destroyed matric scripts

The destruction of matric scripts in Cape Town has brought into focus what measures exist to compensate pupils when their scripts are lost.

Africa’s health up in smoke

The continent's reliance on biomass has lethal results, report says.

Creation of South African Einstein a thwarted aim

A prestigious institute that aims to produce a South African Einstein is struggling to find local candidates for the role.

A testing time…

Socioeconomic background makes all the difference when it comes to matric exams.

Green dream for Easter Cape

Rural development conference hears how the area can become South Africa's bread basket.

Curricula failing students, says study

First-year maths and science students perform worse than their predecessors.

“No hope, no future” for SA pupils

Cosatu secretary general Zwelinzima Vavi this week warned that there is 'no hope and no future' for many of South Africa's learners.

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