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Unemployed youth given a helping hand

“This is an opportunity that I’m hoping will take me far,” says Lebogang Sothoane. Sothoane is among the 3 315 young people, who on Thursday...

Young scientists jet off to China for exchange programme

Winston Nxumalo, who is one of the recipients of the Young Scientists Exchange Programme (YSEP), says he hopes to not only engage in writing...

NYDA concerned by youth unemployment

The National Youth Development Agency (NYDA) has raised concern at the increasing rate of youth unemployment. The concern comes in the wake of the release...

GP Education postpones online applications for 2020

The Gauteng Department of Education (GDE) has postponed the opening of the online admissions applications from 13 May 2019 to 20 May 2019. This follows...

SAQA welcomes NQF Amendment Bill

The South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) has commended the role players who have worked to get the National Qualifications Framework (NQF) Amendment...

SA textbooks not inclusive, DBE report finds

Should our textbooks tell the story of the country as it is, or should they be aspirational? That’s the question posed by...

Automative school launched in Soshanguve

The upgraded Soshanguve School of Specialisation, which specialises in automotive engineering, is set to boost the technical skills and creativity among school...

Cabinet supports attempts to make education accessible

Cabinet has pledged its support to all attempts made towards making education accessible, particularly to students coming from poor families.

Ekurhuleni suspends fines for national Library Week

The City of Ekurhuleni has given people amnesty to return overdue library books without paying fines. Boxes will be...

For the love of books

Libraries across the country are celebrating SA Library Week, which aims to promote a reading culture in South Africa.
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