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READ spreads literacy around South Africa

Mathiba Molefe Resources like books and other learning materials are few in South Africa's underprivileged communities. Enter the READ Educational Trust, working to improve education...
South Africa marks monuments day

South Africa marks monuments day

Freedom Park in Tshwane took part in International Day of Monuments and Sites, which fell on 18 April. Under the theme "The Heritage of Sport", schools participated by getting learners to prepare presentations that highlighted the importance of cultural heritage institutions.

State of the Nation 2015: Opening the doors of learning

South Africa has made enormous strides in increasing student numbers in schools, universities and colleges over the past two decades, Minister of Higher Education Blade Nzimande said during the State of the Nation debate. But with these higher numbers have come a massive need for expanded educational infrastructure.

BRICS give credit to local currencies

BRICS experts back development bank

Experts from the BRICS group of countries have given their backing to the creation of a BRICS development bank, as well as an alternative to Western rating agencies for educational institutions, says the executive director of Russia's National Committee for BRICS studies, Georgy Toloraya.
Focus on education paying off: Zuma

Access to health care for SA learners

South Africa's new Integrated School Health Programme, launched by President Jacob Zuma in Cullinan east of Pretoria on Thursday, will ensure that learners countrywide have access to primary health care services.

Dream It. Work On It. Be It

The Phumlani Nkontwana Foundation aims to foster an enabling educational environment in South Africa by capacitating teachers and inspiring scholars from under-resourced public schools to excel.

A tablet made for South Africans

Local developer Wise Tablets, based in Centurion, has announced the imminent release of a new range of tablets that will cater specifically for the country’s consumer and educational needs.
Africa leads solar laptop revolution

Bikers gear up for Toy Run 2010

South Africa’s Toy Run is an annual motorcycle charity event that helps collect and distribute donations for underprivileged children – and, by doing so, boosts the reputation of the biking fraternity in the country.
Riders saving lives in Lesotho

DVD scheme to help poor schools

Lead SA, the new nation-building campaign, has set up a scheme to distribute educational DVDs to 100 schools in some of South Africa’s underprivileged areas.
Poor schools score textbooks

DVD scheme to help poor schools

Lead SA, the new nation-building campaign, has set up a scheme to distribute educational DVDs to 100 schools in some of South Africa’s underprivileged areas.

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