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Thursday, 9 June, 2016 - 12:45
South Africa should work towards creating a culture in which parents are encouraged to be more involved in the education of their children
Education professionals should never underestimate the significance of life orientation and the role the latter could play in shaping the learners’ future
The author looks at the basics needed to deliver equal opportunity with respect to education
The burning of schools in Vuwani, Limpopo impact negatively on the right of children to access education and also effectively reversed all the gains already made in improving education
One third of the students who qualify to gain entry into higher education are actually prepared for the academic literacy demands of a university, writes Rantsi
Kagiso Trust and the Free State Department of Education, congratulate the province’s Class of 2015, especially the Thabo Mofutsanyana district
The #FeesMustFall campaign that swept across South Africa - in response to huge tertiary tuition fee increases - opened many wounds
The FW de Klerk Foundation slams the proposal by the rector of the Stellenbosch University that Afrikaans will no longer have an equal position with English  
South Africa's post-apartheid reality has unfolded with massive disconnects between the provision of the rights enshrined in our much-lauded Constitution and the realities on the ground
This article focuses on the national policy on Early Childhood Development, which is aimed at ensuring that ECD services extend to reach all children.
“Most business schools do not equip potential leaders with the awareness and tools to internalise the concept of corporate social responsibility,” writes Somaya Isaac
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