Youth

Thursday, 25 October, 2018 - 10:40
All four of SA's major mobile operators made complex presentations at the CompCom's Data Services Market Inquiry in Pretoria yesterday. The CompCom has been holding public hearings from Wednesday to look into the state of competition in the data services sector, after mounting pressure from consumers to have data prices fall.
The technology provided at each school allows learners to communicate with the presenter in the studio during a broadcast at no cost to the school or learner.
Time for employers to take note say experts after research shows one in four South Africans diagnosed with a condition that leads to absenteeism and impacts negatively on production
Education professionals should never underestimate the significance of life orientation and the role the latter could play in shaping the learners’ future
The June 16 1976 Uprising that began in Soweto and spread countrywide profoundly changed the socio-political landscape in South Africa
South Africa should consider promoting youth service as a strategy to get young people to be involved in finding solutions to the country’s development challenges
Columba Leadership learners achieved a higher pass rate than the average matric pass rate in SA
South Africa’s matric pass rate for 2017 is 75.1% with a 2.6% increase from 2016 results
Equal Education and the Equal Education Law Centre support the Eastern Cape school rationalisation process
Telkom waives data costs to help students access academic materials due to the ongoing student protests which have lasted for a month
Tensions have risen to an all-time high with the shutdown of many universities across the country

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