Bantu education

 
[Video]One-on-one with Mmusi Maimane: Transforming our education system
[Video]One-on-one with Mmusi Maimane: Transforming our education system
The M&G's Victoria John speaks to DA leader Mmusi Maimane about the state of the country's education system and what he would do differently.
A present with poor education leads to a future with no hope
A present with poor education leads to a future with no hope
A better life for children, is a better life for everyone. No South African child should suffer a poor education, especially when they are so...
Rededicating quality education
Rededicating quality education
In 1895 three Batswana chiefs visited London to ask Queen Victoria for her assistance in establishing a school of excellence for their people.
Bantu Education cannot continue to haunt us
Bantu Education cannot continue to haunt us
This month, 60 years ago, the 1953 Bantu Education Act was promulgated. Before then, all children in South Africa, of all races, were taught the...
Motshekga on Ramphele: She's looking for a hobby
Motshekga on Ramphele: She's looking for a hobby
"I really don't want to go into a Mamphela [Ramphele] bashing," Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga exclaimed, but what she...
Holomisa castigates ANC for upsetting Mandela family
Holomisa castigates ANC for upsetting Mandela family
Holomisa, a close friend of the Mandela family who continues to advise them on many issues, said some of the statements made since the former...
Apartheid psychology persists in schools
Apartheid psychology persists in schools
It seems at times that few people realise how much South Africa's education system has improved since 1994. We notice falling standards, high...
UCT in war over 'bantu education'
UCT in war over 'bantu education'
The spectre of "bantu education" has risen to haunt the University of Cape Town (UCT) again. Controversy is erupting as UCT's administration moves in on the university's renowned Centre for African Studies (CAS). What these moves should be...
Keeping it reel
Keeping it reel
The story of the late Onkgopotse Tiro, a black consciousness student activist at Turfloop University (now University of the North) and a teacher at...

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