Angie Motshekga

 
MECs, not Angie, have to fix schools
MECs, not Angie, have to fix schools
With the exception of the Free State and the Western Cape, which have kept Tate Makgoe and Debbie Schafer respectively, there are new faces in the...
Migrant children’s education must be ensured
Migrant children’s education must be ensured
Last November, I commented in the
Textbooks show bias, report finds
Textbooks show bias, report finds
School textbooks used by South African pupils contain an over-representation of white people, men and nuclear families and are often silent on...
Ramaphosa allies, opponents on ANC lists receive objections
Ramaphosa allies, opponents on ANC lists receive objections
The Electoral Commission of South Africa (IEC) has received objections to two of the ANC’s highest ranking officials — ANC deputy...
Corruption allegations don’t count, says Magashule
Corruption allegations don’t count, says Magashule
"Treat us like South Africans" was the response from those asked to step aside because of allegations of corruption and poor ethical judgement...
Motshekga praises the NTA winners 'for shaping the lives of our children'
Motshekga praises the NTA winners 'for shaping the lives of our children'
As is tradition, the department of basic education (DBE) hosted another glittering ceremony to celebrate the 19th National Teaching Awards (NTAs)...
Vetting lapse puts pupils at risk
Vetting lapse puts pupils at risk
Three years ago, a convicted paedophile taught at a primary school in Cape Town for three months.
Three Rs plus playful classes builds creativity, critical thinking
Three Rs plus playful classes builds creativity, critical thinking
There has not been such a burst of interest in plans and programmes in South Africa’s education system for a long time. From preschool to...
Industry 4.0 is being taken seriously
Industry 4.0 is being taken seriously
When she released the matric results recently, Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga repeatedly referred to the fourth industrial revolution...
Eastern Cape intervention gets results
Eastern Cape intervention gets results
For close to a decade, the Eastern Cape has been the worst province for basic education and its matric pass rate has hovered between 50% and...
Eastern Cape joins 70% performance club
Eastern Cape joins 70% performance club
Teacher unions and provincial leaders have commended the department of basic education and the class of 2018 results — noting the hard work and...
Education shows improvements
Education shows improvements
Farm, township and rural schools are producing more pupils eligible to study at university than affluent schools, “an unthinkable trend in the...

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