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Innovation in construction
Innovation in construction
Architect David Roberts started building and designing with elaborate forts in his sandpit, a forgiving environment. By the time he reached his...
Technology and mentoring key in UFS approach to learner success
Technology and mentoring key in UFS approach to learner success
The University of the Free State (UFS) has been changing the lives of high school learners through its Internet Broadcast...
Un-schooling is better for children
Un-schooling is better for children
Un-schooling as decolonisation is the theme of a Reimagining Education conference to be held in Johannesburg on October 20 and 21 and news of it...
The future is with us. Rethink it
The future is with us. Rethink it
The Fourth Industrial Revolution, or Industry 4.0, has raised many questions about the future of the humanities and the disciplines they encompass....
Connecting former students to their alma mater to make a difference
Connecting former students to their alma mater to make a difference
Imagine knowing that a sports star, minister or celebrity sat at the same desk, looking at the same chalkboard and heard the same lesson?
Corruption Watch releases biannual corruption trends report
Corruption Watch releases biannual corruption trends report
How much would a prospective driver be asked to pay to get a driver’s licence? It depends on the municipality, Corruption Watch reports. The...
Inclusive education is the future
Inclusive education is the future
Ali Moussa and Mahmoud are sixth-graders in Zanzibar. The boys are nearly blind and use recording devices and Braille machines to read. Thanks to...
Call to join quest for financial freedom and security
Call to join quest for financial freedom and security
The 2018 Institute of Retirement Funds Africa (IRFA) Annual Conference, which is the biggest pensions’ conference on the continent, is the...
In Mozambique, classes come alive in local languages
In Mozambique, classes come alive in local languages
About 50 children sit on a bare classroom floor in front of their teacher in what could be any lesson in Mozambique, except that they are not...
Let’s get physical
Let’s get physical
The days of developing gross and fine motor skills in children by letting them climb trees or helping them to make kites are long gone. So too are...
Slice of Life: The gift that keeps on giving
Slice of Life: The gift that keeps on giving
My siblings ran back into the house after school and told me that two of my students from Emfundisweni Primary School got full high school...
SANRAL: 20 years of service
SANRAL: 20 years of service
The Mail & Guardian’s Critical Thinking Forum, in partnership with the Nelson Mandela Foundation and the South African National Roads...

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