Education must bridge that gap to stay in step for changes...

Energy, infrastructure and education are three critical factors that will determine whether a country’s people benefit from the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR). These factors...

Google has opened its first Africa Artificial Intelligence lab in Ghana

A rural farmer in Tanzania hovers over a wilting cassava plant with her phone. In seconds she gets a diagnosis of the disease affecting...
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South African schools will soon get these 8 new subjects –...

The Department of Basic Education (DBE) has already trained 43,774 teachers in computer skills and will shortly begin training teachers for the new coding...
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Top 10 strategic technologies impacting higher education in 2019

Gartner, Inc. has identified the top 10 strategic technologies impacting higher education in 2019.Gartner highlighted the technologies that higher education CIOs should have on...

Sifiso Skenjana: An SA education strategy for the fourth industrial revolution

The fourth industrial revolution is a reminder that "traditional" models of doing business will soon cease to exist, and business and policymakers must respond...

Crawford Schools owner Advtech sees big push in tertiary education

JSE-listed private education group AdvTech on Monday reported an 11% rise in revenue for the year ended December 2018, lifted by its tertiary and...

Digital education boost for South Africa’s poorest pupils

In a boost for South Africa’s ailing education system, business heavyweights are backing a plan to place a fully resourced e-learning tablet in the...

SA pioneers ‘unhackable’ tablets for schools

Up to 20,000 pupils from no-fee schools in the Free State are expected to receive “unhackable” tablets by the end of 2019 – thanks...

Big changes are coming to Gauteng schools

The Gauteng Department of Education is on track to release new feeder zone regulations for the 2020 school year.This is according to Gauteng Education MEC, Panyaza...

Student’s 3D-printer plan to change education

Experts have spoken of the need for a new kind of learning, of future-proofing children and of the benefits of design thinking. You’ve probably heard about...

South Africa’s most powerful nano-satellite sent off today

Veronica Mohapeloa  The Minister of Science and Technology, Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane, yesterday participated in a ceremony to send off South Africa's second nanosatellite to India, where...

Angie Motshekga on World Teachers’ Day: Speak up on those who...

The 5th of October is a day observed around the world where we celebrate and appreciate the role teachers’ play in shaping our society...

Technology motivates learners to be actively engaged during lessons

Thabo MohlalaTeachers should embrace technology for not only is it a vital 21st Century skills but also makes learning a pleasurable experience for learners.This...

Japan offers free scholarships for South African students

The Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET) – in partnership with the government of Japan – is inviting scholarship applications for South African...

Practice creativity with confidence

This year the annual Open Design Cape Town Festival will host a Steam Symposium. The Festival will bring together an extended community of innovative thinkers,...

Demystifying Science, Through Comics

Demystifying Science, Through Comics by SHARON TSHIPAOver a decade ago career guidance and counselling was not readily accessible to those in small towns and villages....

Public teaching slowly catching the Tech bug

Public teaching slowly catching the Tech bug by  BIERGE KHUMALOTechnology has revolutionised almost all spheres of life and the education sector is not an exception.A secondary...
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