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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.
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Access to reading materials due to chronic deficiency in library infrastructure is the biggest problem most government schools in South Africa face.
Painful economic reforms will be necessary to tame the country’s economic malaise, say experts.
This is South Africa's bigger education risk: finding clever ways to pump yet more money and people into a failing education system.
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It is a damning indictment on graduates in SA that the villages and townships we come from have potholes, no running water and are underdeveloped.
As a nation we should determine where we are falling short. We are desperately struggling to solve crime, unemployment, corruption, and poor GDP growth.
The Ministerial Task Team report is a 'realistic framework for rethinking approaches to student funding' but it's a bit unfair to NSFAS, says UJ academic Ahmed Essop.
Talking about pregnancy and HIV isn't enough.
It has never been this difficult to find a job. Even graduates are finding it more difficult to find a job today, compared to twelve years ago.
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Teachers, take note: comics help children remember information.
Cofimvaba schools were promised centre would open in March 2017. But there's just an empty field.
"We want to know what will happen to the two teachers who still have not been paid."
Youngsters in Africa don't often see scientists, much less women scientists. Where are those role models?