Tuesday, September 29, 2020

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Western Cape Academics Track Snakes’ Eating Habits with Help of Facebook...

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Snakes are a diverse lineage of reptiles that are found on every continent except Antarctica. Despite differences in appearance, habitat preference, defence tactics and...
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Three South African Vice-Chancellors Paint a Post-COVID Picture for Universities

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Across the world, the higher education sector is changing because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Conversation Africa’s Nontobeko Mtshali asked vice-chancellors from three South...
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Turn Your Dream of Travelling into a Career

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When you’re used to the standard 9-5 working day, you might find your mind wandering towards faraway destinations in those inevitable moments of boredom....
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DA to Approach Courts to Keep South African Schools Open

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After voicing his strong opposition last night to the South African government's decision to close schools for a month, DA Leader John Steenhuisen has...
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DA Leader Steenhuisen Claims Teacher Unions Come First, Children (Who Can’t...

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The DA says it does not support the decision by President Cyril Ramaphosa to close schools in South Africa for four weeks. "President Ramaphosa has...
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Public Schools in South Africa to Close from Monday

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With South Africa entering the eye of the COVID-19 storm, President Cyril Ramaphosa has announced the closure of public schools for the next four...

Virtual Coding Tournament to Entertain and Educate Learners for Mandela Day

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On 18 July a virtual tournament using the South African-developed Android app BOATS, will kick off with prizes and incentives of over R30000.00. While...

So How Was South Africa’s First Day of Schools Re-Opening? (Plus...

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Monday 7 June 2020 was the first day of school for Grade 7 and 12 learners across South Africa, under the COVID-19 learning environment...
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Minister Apologises ‘Wholeheartedly’ as Schools Prepare to Open on 8 June...

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Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga has apologised 'wholeheartedly' for the inconvenience following the reopening of schools being postponed to 8 June 2020. On Sunday, the...
Minister Nzimande says a maximum of 33% of the students will be allowed to return to campuses, delivery sites and residences during level 3 of the lockdown, which is still to be announced.

Final Year Students to Return to University Under Level 3 and...

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Final year students in South Africa, and those graduating in 2020, may return to campus under level 3 lockdown. And struggling students will receive...
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