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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
South Africa should empower the rural youth through skills as one of the possible ways to enable them to the socio-economic challenges they face in their daily lives
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
South Africans should balance the need to practice their cultures and the need to prioritise education because there will be no better future without education
loveLife, an NGO, is saddened by the ongoing xenophobic attacks on foreign nationals living in South Africa
South Africa should work towards building a culture of ‘entrepreneurship in order to enable young people to create business, jobs and also grow local economies
South Africa should invest in civic and voter education to enable young people to understand the significance of voting and what it means for our democracy 
Government should invest in improving the lives of the poor, especially of those who were born post-1994 in order to enable this generation to realise the importance of participating in democratic processes, including the elections
African countries must involve young people in finding solutions to the many socio-economic challenges that affect their daily lives
South Africa needs to invest in teaching methods that enable learners to become key participants in a classroom situation as this is key to improving our education system
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