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Call 2 Care uplifts communities with garden education, after-school programmes

About a year ago, we interviewed Cape Town-based non-profit organisation, Call 2 Care which invests its time and efforts to uplift communities in underprivileged areas through sustainable food access and gardening education.

By Robin Fredericks 22 May 2018

SA's young scientists at international showcase

Nine young South African researchers are competing in world's largest international pre-college science competition, the Intel International Science Fair (ISEF) in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in the United States...

18 May 2018

People of Japan invest in upliftment of South African youth

In recent years, Japan's economic partnership with African countries has grown significantly, with its investment often accompanied by social upliftment and development initiatives...

Issued by Cyril Ramaphosa Foundation 15 May 2018

SuperTeacher competition deadline extended

Following numerous requests from teachers and the education community, entry for the ISPA SuperTeacher of the Year competition has been extended to 13 May 2018...

11 May 2018

SA's biggest board-meeting to address youth unemployment and education

Business leaders agree that collective action is required from all sectors to address youth unemployment and education...

11 May 2018

Push for Afrocentric history in schools

Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga says the department aims to phase in a new-look curriculum on history over seven years...

10 May 2018

New MathU Teaching Emporium app offers reward-based learning

Tracker, in partnership with MathU Teaching Emporium, recently launched a maths and science learning curriculum app at the Magaliesburg State School...

8 May 2018

How this unfunded ed-tech startup quietly conquered Nigeria

The ed-tech space across Africa is one of great potential, and we regularly hear about innovative startups building solutions tackling educational issues across a variety of countries on the continent...

By Tom Jackson 4 May 2018

New online resource helps companies meet the need to read

A free knowledge hub aims to improve corporate social investment (CSI) in functional literacy during the school foundation phase...

Issued by Trialogue 30 Apr 2018

Why STEM is nothing without a flower...

A major emphasis has been placed on the education of Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) in recent years, while creativity and the Arts have been all but completely forgotten. Curro Holdings is looking to change that with CurroCreate - an initiative launched in partnership with Wordsmith's Theatre Factory...

By Shan Radcliffe 26 Apr 2018

Facebook Africa, Digify Africa launch online safety programme for SA youth

Facebook Africa and Digify Africa have partnered to launch an online safety programme called Ilizwe Lam, Xhosa for my world...

By Jessica Tennant 25 Apr 2018

Mobile library donation to improve literacy levels this World Book Day

South African celebrity, Maps Maponyane, wants learners across South Africa to know that reading for fun can ignite potential and open a door of endless possibilities...

23 Apr 2018

Academic performance still a precondition for new bursary scheme

Higher Education and Training Minister Naledi Pandor has emphasised that meeting academic and progression requirements is still key in getting a bursary under the new scheme administered by the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS).

18 Apr 2018

Final subject choices: don't limit yourself in the face of changed requirements

In coming months, Grade 9s will choose which subjects to pursue during their final school years, on which they will be tested when they sit for their final Matric exams...

17 Apr 2018

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