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Securing the right to education
Securing the right to education
In the uprisings of mid-2016 in Vuwani, Limpopo, over 20 schools were burnt to the ground, including Vhafamadi Secondary School.
Women prove that social franchising can work
Women prove that social franchising can work
The four women carry the pride of their achievements like mothers who have given birth to newborn babies. Nozibele Mbasa, Nocawe Luphulwana,...
Champion of the learning foundation phase dies
Champion of the learning foundation phase dies
The death of education MEC Mandla Makupula has left a difficult void to fill in education in the Eastern Cape. Makupula was the longest-serving...
​Home education – is it a possible solution?
​Home education – is it a possible solution?
There’s a scrimmage of 40 Grade 1 learners in front of their new class. They bundle in and sit on their chairs. There is good discipline in the...
What's PM 2.5 and why is the New Delhi smog so bad?
What's PM 2.5 and why is the New Delhi smog so bad?
Enveloped by a thick, choking shroud of toxic smog, New Delhi has declared a public health emergency.
'We're not racist; just give coloureds a chance'
'We're not racist; just give coloureds a chance'
In Klipspruit West, south of Johannesburg, children are playing in the streets in the middle of the day in their pyjamas. Rocks barricade the streets...
What does it take to be a good school?
What does it take to be a good school?
Using social networks such as WhatsApp at school is mostly viewed as disruptive, especially for pupils. But some of the best-performing schools in...
Public-only schools force equality
Public-only schools force equality
Education is seen as an investment, one that empowers individuals to climb the ladder.
Schools may get national key points status
Schools may get national key points status
The South African Police Service said it was taken by surprise when schools in Vuwani were set on fire. If that is true, it shouldn’t be, the...
​The Human Rights Commission wants tougher action against those who disrupt schooling
​The Human Rights Commission wants tougher action against those who disrupt schooling
When schools in the Vuwani district were set on fire during protests, 52 827 pupils could not attend school.
Top school's controversial HIV sports policy raises discrimination concerns
Top school's controversial HIV sports policy raises discrimination concerns
A top school that discourages learners who disclose that they are HIV positive from participating in contact sports has been warned that its...
Draw up basic  'hair codes' and get on with teaching what is important in life
Draw up basic  'hair codes' and get on with teaching what is important in life
On Monday, when a group of learners, parents and University of Pretoria students demonstrated outside Pretoria High School for Girls, many teachers...

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