Angie Motshekga

 
Angie takes drastic action
Angie takes drastic action
The department of basic education is pushing to impose annual throughput targets on provinces — a measure of how many children who enter...
10 things you should know from the 2016 matric results
10 things you should know from the 2016 matric results
The 2016 matric results are out, and hundreds of thousands of pupils across the country have discovered their fate. Basic Education Minister Angie...
Increased education spending bears fruit as pass rate climbs
Increased education spending bears fruit as pass rate climbs
The national school pass rate rose for the first time in three years as the government boosted spending on education and teachers got to grips with...
Angie Motshekga: Promoting failed pupils has borne fruit
Angie Motshekga: Promoting failed pupils has borne fruit
Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga said on Wednesday that her department's policy to promote more than 100 000 pupils has borne...
Angie has a plan but the piggy bank is empty
Angie has a plan but the piggy bank is empty
The basic education department wants to increase the number of schools managed by education districts – a move envisaged to severely affect...
Read between the lines, kids
Read between the lines, kids
Three out of every five children in public schools don’t understand what they read in class.And the “undue influence” exerted by the...
Motshekga denies responsibility in toilet death
Motshekga denies responsibility in toilet death
By the time six-year-old Michael Komape’s body arrived at a morgue a few hours after being retrieved from the pit toilet at his school, it was...
Editorial: Think about the pupils, Sadtu
Editorial: Think about the pupils, Sadtu
For years, South Africa has been wrongly using grade 12 as a measure of the quality of its education system and as a barometer to assess the...
DA: Maths in free fall in our schools
DA: Maths in free fall in our schools
The number of matric pupils studying pure maths has declined every year for the last four years, the DA said on Tuesday.
Editorial: Reject China's policies, not its lingo
Editorial: Reject China's policies, not its lingo
Perhaps it is the legacy of the years of isolation under apartheid, but it would appear that South Africans remain remarkably insular to this day....
OR Tambo Debates: Where is the accountability in education?
OR Tambo Debates: Where is the accountability in education?
The fourth of the OR Tambo Debate Series on Implementing the National Development Plan was held last week at the University of Witwatersrand's (Wits)...

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