Government to phase in digitised textbooks from next year
Government to phase in digitised textbooks from next year

Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga says the department is ready to phase in digitised textbooks from next year...

15 Feb 2019

Newly built school opened in Soweto
Newly built school opened in Soweto

The Gauteng Department of Education has opened a new school in Soweto worth more than R57 million in an effort to ensure state-of-the-art infrastructure is provided to previously under-serviced communities...

15 Feb 2019

Free State prioritises education, youth

The Free State government has targeted education, skills development and youth opportunities as their focus areas this year...

14 hours ago

Brand South Africa 'Play Your Part' Ambassadors inspire Cape Town learners

Brand South Africa, the official marketing agency of the country, together with Play Your Part Ambassadors, comedy trio Goliath and Goliath, inspired hundreds of leaners from Ravensmead Secondary School earlier this week...

Issued by Brand South Africa 1 day ago

Ubambiswano: Unlocking the collective power of collective impact for our schools

Can schools, on their own, see to the cognitive and psycho-social development of all our children?...

Issued by UCT Graduate School of Business 15 Feb 2019

FemiTI to stem drop-out rates of Ghanaian girls

A reported 75% of girls in Ghana attend primary school, but there's a significant drop in girls in high school and college. Research by the WWW Foundation further revealed that women in poor urban areas in developing countries are 50% less likely to use the internet than men. FemiTi aims to change all that...

15 Feb 2019

School-Days, Dis-Chem award R100k in bursaries

To celebrate the launch of the Dis-Chem For Youth card, School-Days recently gave four young South Africans - who are the winners of its bursary competition - R25,000 bursaries to use towards education fees. ..

14 Feb 2019

5 ways mobile technology will transform education

Mobile technology has transformed the way we live and work, and it can be expected to rapidly change the ways in which children learn as smartphones and tablets become more widely accepted at primary and high schools...

By Ernst Wittmann 13 Feb 2019

DBE concerned over looming strike

The Department of Basic Education (DBE) has expressed concern at the looming nationwide strike that is set to take place on Wednesday...

12 Feb 2019

Africa Play brings fun back into learning

In the near future, classrooms will be vibrant spaces where fun and acquiring knowledge blend seamlessly as the Basic Education Department wants to make play a fundamental block of learning...

11 Feb 2019

Will the Budget Speech keep the promises of Sona?

President Cyril Ramaphosa's State of the Nation Address (Sona) theme was "Following up on our commitments. Making your Future Work Better."...

By Binganidzo Muchara 11 Feb 2019

Independent schools and the Constitution: A delicate balance

The right of a child to attend an independent school arises from the contract between the parents of the child and the school and not from the right to a basic education enshrined in the Constitution...

By Tim Fletcher 8 Feb 2019

SA education to adapt to digital revolution

South Africa's education system is to go through a radical overhaul in order to adapt to the fourth industrial revolution...

8 Feb 2019

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