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South Africa warns of coronavirus ‘storm’ as outbreak accelerates across continent

By: Jason Burke.  New Covid-19 cases in Africa up 24% in a week after months in which it appeared to have been spared the worst  Mourners in personal protective equipment carry the coffin of a Cape Town taxi driver who died of Covid-19. Photograph: Rodger Bosch/AFP/Getty South Africa’s health minister has warned of a “storm” […]

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Updated lockdown rules for schools – including matric exams, return to hostels and more

Africa/ South Africa/ 23.06.2020/ Source: businesstech.co.za.   The Department of Basic Education has published a new directive focusing on the reopening of school’s under South Africa’s lockdown. While the directive is largely in line with previous changes made by the department, it does provide further clarity of a number of key issues. These points are outlined […]

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South Africa is getting new ‘technical’ schools – here’s what you need to know

Africa/ South Africa/ 13.08.2019/ Source: businesstech.co.za.   In his February State of the Nation Address, president Cyril Ramaphosa said that his government would introduce a number of new technical schools to meet the growing demand for skills in the country. To expand participation in the technical streams, several ordinary public schools will be transformed into technical […]

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Improving Inclusive Education in South Africa

Africa/ South Africa/ 12.08.2019/ Source: www.borgenmagazine.com.   ince 1989, UNICEF has recognized the right of every child to equal and quality education. However, many nations fall behind in having an education system that supports children with disabilities or those who come from poorer backgrounds. South Africa is no different. Only half of those who enter […]

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Education program for inmates in South Africa honors Nelson Mandela’s legacy

by Julia Steers  /nbcnews.com South Africa’s new  Pipeline program seeks to address recidivism by providing prisoners with access to public university-level education.  Four months ago Morgan Makaluza, 37, walked out of Brandvlei Correctional Center after serving 13 years for armed robbery. It was his second time in prison. On Wednesday, Makaluza was back at Brandvlei […]

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