Education

Cape school accused of coercing black teacher to resign
Cape school accused of coercing black teacher to resign
A grade five pupil at a school in the pristine southern suburbs of Cape Town asked a flabbergasted parent “Are black teachers real teachers?”...
‘Middlemen at the heart of poor school infrastructure delivery’ — EE
‘Middlemen at the heart of poor school infrastructure delivery’ — EE
Public money meant for building schools is being siphoned off to third-party consultants and agents while Eastern Cape teachers and pupils...
To fix schools, fix society first
To fix schools, fix society first
On October 12 this year, the department of basic education hosted a summit on school safety at St George’s Hotel in Gauteng. It was attended by...
Two cops arrested over TUT student's shooting death
Two cops arrested over TUT student's shooting death
The Independent Police Investigative Directorate (IPID) has arrested two police officers in connection with the death of a Tshwane University of...
TVET gets a much-needed boost
TVET gets a much-needed boost
The Nelson Mandela University’s advanced diploma in technical and vocational teaching is a direct response to and addresses the vision expressed...
Reading should be a delight, not a duty
Reading should be a delight, not a duty
Literacy Month ended in September and it is vital that our literacy woes do not fall by the wayside until September rolls round again.
The university is not a factory
The university is not a factory
If you believe the glossy adverts, puff pieces and award ceremonies, you might think that many South African universities are becoming increasingly...
Rethinking university rankings: We need to talk about quality of teaching
Rethinking university rankings: We need to talk about quality of teaching
Each year the release of the Times Higher Education World University Rankings generates a great deal of interest, excitement – and debate. ...
Former NSFAS CEO Steven Zwane: 'I was not fired'
Former NSFAS CEO Steven Zwane: 'I was not fired'
Steven Zwane, former chief executive of the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS), says he was not fired.
TUT to reopen six weeks after student shooting
TUT to reopen six weeks after student shooting
Academic activities at the Tshwane University of Technology’s (TUT) Soshanguve north and south campuses will resume on Monday.
Tech makes new demands on teachers
Tech makes new demands on teachers
The digital age is changing the world at an accelerated speed. The question is: Are teachers concerned about understanding the rapid changes being...
A billion youths in Africa will be unemployable
A billion youths in Africa will be unemployable
It is time for an entrepreneurial and knowledge revolution in Africa. Only a properly educated workforce and entrepreneurial class will have the...
Experts gather to disrupt continent’s education
Experts gather to disrupt continent’s education
By adopting the theme of Disrupting African Education, the Fundi Education Forum 2018 will bring together former heads of African states, educators, business leaders, billionaires, students and innovators in an effort to solve some of the problems in education and learning in Africa....
A company of one and it’s run, run, run
A company of one and it’s run, run, run
When Simbongile Ndlangisa ditched her nine-to-five job to start her own PR business from home, she thought, great, now I can sit and watch...

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