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Parents, do your homework before choosing an online school
Parents, do your homework before choosing an online schoolArticle

Parents and guardians considering online schooling for their children must ensure they properly vet the ability of a school to provide an holistic, meaningful educational experience coupled with excellent academic and emotional support, an education expert says...

8 Sep 2020

2021 school registration goes online in the Northern Cape
2021 school registration goes online in the Northern CapeArticle

The Northern Cape has launched its first user-friendly online schools registration system for 2021 admissions...

3 Sep 2020

First 15 Black creatives named for One School portfolio programme
First 15 Black creatives named for One School portfolio programmeArticle

The One Club for Creativity has announced the first-ever group of 15 talented students accepted to attend ONE School, a free portfolio programme for young Black creatives...

27 Aug 2020

95% of schools may not be POPI Act compliant
95% of schools may not be POPI Act compliantArticle

Schools are increasingly embracing the digital universe and now the Covid-19 pandemic has stratospherically accelerated the adoption of online communication and digital strategies for South African schools...

27 Aug 2020

Paediatricians advocate the reopening of schools
Paediatricians advocate the reopening of schoolsArticle

As schools welcomed only Grade 12 learners back this week, the Paediatrician Management Group (PMG) and the South African Paediatric Association (SAPA) together urge government to open schools to all learners and not to allow fear or politics to harm the children of South Africa...

6 Aug 2020

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#SurvivorStories: Take comfort from the support you will undoubtedly receiveArticle

In our #SurvivorStories series, we put a face to Covid-19 by sharing the stories of people who have fought the virus and come out the other side. Freelance financial journalist and mom, Neesa Moodley talks us through her journey...

Nicci Botha 27 Jul 2020

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One Club launches free One School portfolio programme for Black creativesArticle

The One Club has launched the One School, a free 16-week portfolio programme for young Black creatives...

21 Jul 2020

3 fundamental ways technology is changing education
3 fundamental ways technology is changing educationArticle

The introduction of the fourth industrial revolution has already been transforming the education sector over the past two decades, with technology allowing students to access education from anywhere at any time. This, however, has been fast tracked due to the impact of Covid-19...

17 Jul 2020

SA's connectivity issue needs a boost
SA's connectivity issue needs a boostArticle

The Covid-19 pandemic has exposed weaknesses in South Africa's ICT networks and highlighted the challenges...

29 May 2020

FNB cardholders spent over R4bn in 3 days preceding lockdown
FNB cardholders spent over R4bn in 3 days preceding lockdownArticle

FNB reports a slight boost in card spend since the start of Level 4 lockdown. Despite the increase in consumer spending, activity is still averaging significantly lower compared to pre-lockdown levels...

28 May 2020

Curro launches online education solution
Curro launches online education solutionArticle

Independent education provider, Curro Holdings is launching Curro Online - the group's first online school that aims to offer a flexible yet structured education model, with classes taught by current Curro teachers...

22 May 2020

What are the cyber risks of online schooling?
What are the cyber risks of online schooling?Article

With lockdown forcing schools and tertiary institutions to take learning online, a plethora of new risks are facing children, families and learning institutions...

Doros Hadjizenonos 4 May 2020

The lockdown life: Divide your day
The lockdown life: Divide your dayArticle

The lockdown life takes some getting used to. We share some ways you can divide your day to stay on top of your to do lists...

Issued by Private Property South Africa 14 Apr 2020

Gauteng reopens online system for late applications
Gauteng reopens online system for late applicationsArticle

The Gauteng Basic Education Department (GDE) will reopen its system for late online applications as schools open for the 2020 academic year...

15 Jan 2020

Gauteng 2020 online applications to open in May
Gauteng 2020 online applications to open in MayArticle

Online applications for the 2020 academic year for Grades 1 and 8 in Gauteng will open on 13 May 2019...

29 Apr 2019

9 days left to register for WC 2020 school year
9 days left to register for WC 2020 school yearArticle

There are only nine days left to register children for school in the Western Cape next year, AfriForum has sought to remind parents...

6 Mar 2019

D-day for Gauteng school applications
D-day for Gauteng school applicationsArticle

Parents of Grade 1 and 8 pupils in Gauteng have until midnight to apply online to secure space for their children...

28 May 2018

Gauteng reopens online admission system for late applications
Gauteng reopens online admission system for late applicationsArticle

The Gauteng Department of Education has reopened the Online Application System for parents who missed the 12 June deadline...

2 Nov 2017

Gauteng processes over 150,000 online applications
Gauteng processes over 150,000 online applicationsArticle

The Gauteng Provincial Government says it had successfully processed beyond 150,000 applications for the 2018 school year registration, by lunch time, on Wednesday, 3 May 2017...

4 May 2017

Gauteng kickstarts online applications
Gauteng kickstarts online applicationsArticle

The online admission for Grades 1 and 8 for the 2018 academic year in Gauteng have officially started, says the Gauteng Department of Education...

2 May 2017

Online applications for Gauteng schools open 2 May
Online applications for Gauteng schools open 2 MayArticle

The Gauteng Department of Education has announced the admission period when parents must start with online applications for the 2018 academic year...

26 Apr 2017

New virtual school launches in SA
New virtual school launches in SAArticle

Newly launched virtual school, THINK Digital College is available as an alternative, complete schooling system, offering CAPS and Cambridge curriculum from Grade R to Grade 12...

25 Nov 2016

Mandela Day Readathon in Soweto
Mandela Day Readathon in SowetoArticle

Media24 is hosting a 32-hour readathon of Nelson Mandela's Long Walk to Freedom from Sunday, 17 July at 9.30am until Monday, 18 July at 5.30pm to commemorate international Mandela Day...

5 Jul 2016

#24things4madiba encourages reading, writing
#24things4madiba encourages reading, writingArticle

As part of Mandela Month, #24things4madiba recently held a 'Read-a-Fun' event in Cape Town and Gauteng where students from Media24's flagship initiative - WeCan24 - had the opportunity to tap into their journalistic skills...

20 Jul 2015

COHS offers accredited US high school diplomas
COHS offers accredited US high school diplomasArticle

Career Online High School and the Southern African Virtual School have partnered to provide South Africans with the opportunity to earn accredited American high school diplomas.

29 Sep 2014

Berklee College of Music auditions prospective SA students
Berklee College of Music auditions prospective SA studentsArticle

Four well-accomplished musicians-teachers-arts administrators from Berklee College of Music will visit South Africa for the third year running in April, taking part in the CTIJF's sustainable training and development programmes while conducting auditions and interviews with prospective Berklee students from across Africa.

2 Apr 2013

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