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Mobile technology represents an important avenue to reduce the gap between the haves and the have-nots in contemporary society.
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Why do we still lack the platforms and money to fuel our ideas? Why is the government failing to facilitate this process?
Raising a boy who finds joy in reading sounds easier said than done.
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To run away from fires and evacuate was scary for the teachers and children alike.
As the youth, we have chartered our own path to consciousness. We have seen that being black in SA is a mark of shame, poverty and landlessness.
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The 11-year-old said her teacher was breaking the Geneva Convention by using collective punishment. You go girl.
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The term "mental health" is, more often than not, used within the context of discussing mental illness rather than mental wellness. With 1 in 6 adults and 1 in 10 children in the UK having a mental he...
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"Some say this is because black South Africans start work straight after their first degree to help their families; others say ... gatekeeping is the problem."
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With Article 50 now triggered, and a snap election now taking place in June, students are now worried about the future of their education. As much of our system is rooted in Europe, it's understandabl...
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We're lucky, although we probably take it for granted, to have been brought up in a culture of reading. Because reading is linked to academic achievement.
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Education is the key to unlocking the potential of a nation's future generations but is offering it on a silver platter the way forward?
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Her comments relate to the subversive and implicit things teachers say to their students which influence how students understand our politics.
Discontent is growing at an unprecedented (and perhaps expected) level in the country, particularly among the (so called) born-free generation.
Access to reading materials due to chronic deficiency in library infrastructure is the biggest problem most government schools in South Africa face.