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Asidi: Building better education infrastructure for our children

The R8.2-billion Accelerated School Infrastructure Delivery Initiative, soon to hand over its 100th school, is upgrading education environments for teachers and learners across South Africa, writes basic education minister Angie Motshekga.

South African matric pass rate 2014: 75.8%

South Africa's matric class of 2014 achieved a pass rate of 75.8% - a drop of 2.4 percentage points from the year before, Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga announced on Monday, saying the decrease was not unexpected as the bar has been raised to enhance the quality and standard of Grade 12 graduates.

Right to education is recognised

With the aim of one school a week, hundreds of schools are being built or refurbished under the Accelerated Schools Infrastructure Delivery Initiative. All of these schools have enough classrooms, water, sanitation and electricity, and include libraries, computer and science labs.

Solar-powered MP3 players to boost English literacy in SA schools

The Department of Education has partnered with the British Council to roll out the Learn English Audio Project in rural schools to improve the teaching and learning of English.

Brightest young maths minds shine at Cape Town Olympiad

Two days, six questions, tough challenges. The International Mathematical Olympiad, regarded as the most difficult but prestigious of the Olympiads, was hosted in South Africa for the first time, and the country did well against the world's best, earning a medal and several honourable mentions.

Mobile Education’s Limpopo centre launched

The Vodacom Mobile Education Programme’s newest ICT resource centre officially opened its doors, with the aim of boosting teacher training in maths and science in Vhembe, Limpopo.

Class of 2012 does it better

South Africa’s matric pass rate for 2012 showed an improvement over last year - 73.9% of pupils made the grade, up 3.7% from the 70.2% who passed at the end of 2011.

Class of 2012 does it better

South Africa’s matric pass rate for 2012 showed an improvement over last year – 73.9% of pupils made the grade, up 3.7% from the 70.2% who passed at the end of 2011.
One step closer to better education

One step closer to better education

Equal Education has won the first round of its fight against the education minister for the recognition of the basic rights of pupils in South Africa’s poorest schools.
Education in South Africa

2012: bornfrees'(w)rite of passage

The class of 2012, which features the first group of South Africa's bornfrees to complete their school career, will start writing their matric exams on Monday 22 October.

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