President Jacob Zuma will this morning launch Operation Phakisa in Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in Education, in Boksburg, Ekurhuleni.

Winners take home R150 000 for app that bridges the gap between busy parents and children’s school.

Higher Education and Training Minister Blade Nzimande and his Angolan counterpart Adoao Gaspar Ferreira do Nascimento have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to work jointly in the areas of education.

Technology can open doors for students and teachers if it is properly managed in the classroom.

It is not only the final exams that is currently giving the Class of 2015 headaches, but also the tough decision about next year’s studies.

Minister of Higher Education and Training, Blade Nzimande has proposed that higher education be provided free of charge to disadvantaged students, but is this a viable solution?

“Your child is dyslexic.” A parent’s worst nightmare may be to hear these words.

The Governance and Administration Cluster chair, Minister Malusi Gigaba, says the National School of Government has recruited 775 public servants as facilitators of the school’s Compulsory Induction Programme (CIP).

A select group of female learners from local schools have been chosen to join the South African Airways (SAA) Technical in Kempton Park to promote the Women in Scarce Skills programme, under the theme take a girl child to work.

No-one should deny learners with disabilities an opportunity to study, says Higher Education and Training Deputy Minister Mduduzi Manana.

Transformation of the Higher Education and Training sphere of learning, student accommodation and funding would be among the key issues to come under the spotlight during the 2015 Higher Education Summit.

The deadline to apply for the Allan Gray Orbis Foundation Scholarship is looming. Applications will be closing on the 30th of October 2015; the Scholarship opportunity is available to all current Grade 6 learners starting high school in 2017 to apply.

The Department of Basic Education has advised all teachers to ignore messages being circulated and prepare to administer the Annual National Assessments (ANAs) in December, in the best interests of learners and the education sector as a whole.

Global survey reveals students want universities to skill them in entrepreneurship.

Graduates can shape brilliant careers in Information Systems, says UCT.

For students interested in pursuing an MBA abroad, acquiring information can be quite challenging. Understanding this The MBA Tour (Masters in Business Administration) will return in October to provide prospective students with an opportunity to engage with the world’s most prominent business schools from various countries.

The Department of Basic Education has announced that the Annual National Assessments (ANAs) will be written in December.

Schools will be required to include indigenous languages in their curriculums from next year on, Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga said.

We are 15 years into the 21st Century: what should we be teaching our children in the 12 years they are in school that will enable them to thrive in this fast changing world?

The Department of Basic Education has put measures in place to address dropout rates in the education system and has committed to producing more grade 12 graduates.

Demands on financial and risk management professionals have increased in the wake of the financial crisis, requiring a more sophisticated response from training institutions and universities says UCT’s Obeid Mahomed.

The Department of Basic Education and Teacher Unions announced the postponement of the Annual National Assessment (ANA) to February next year.

Higher Education and Training Deputy Minister Mduduzi Manana has encouraged learners in the Free State to apply on time for admission at institutions of higher education.

Education Minister Angie Motshekga has urged learners to get used to the culture of reading, saying a reading child is a successful child.

Communications Deputy Minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams has encouraged pupils to take up maths and science and to work hard to reach their dreams.


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