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BCM to put shacks at schools

BUFFALO City Metro (BCM) mayor Zukiswa Ncitha plans to build hundreds of shacks on school grounds to accommodate homeless families who are waiting for their houses to be built.

Drive for tech-savvy schools

Main Topix: JS Skenjana Senior Secondary School - Deputy Minister Ndabeni-Abrahams
Mthatha - All schools should have laboratories and learners should be able to use gadgets like Ipads for learning and communicating, Deputy Minister of Communications Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams said on Thursday.

OpenView HD and the Deputy Minister of Communications bring satellite TV to rural schools in the Eastern Cape

Free-to- air digital satellite television platform, OpenView HD is headed to the Eastern Cape as part of its programme to enhance learning in schools around the country by providing big screen television sets and OpenView HD decoders to schools around the country.

Radio 'pillar' Bra Thobo laid to rest

FINAL FAREWELL:  Umhlobo Wenene FM Presenters, Putco Mafani And Joe Lofafa Bidding A Final To Colleague Thobile News reader was all for promotion of Xhosa. POPULAR Umhlobo Wenene FM news reader Thobile “Bra Thobo” Madlakane was laid to rest in Mthatha this weekend.

Makupula slams 'ill-disciplined' school principals

 MEC For Education Mandla Makupula During The Lock Up Ahead Of The 2014 SOPA Address In Bhisho Picture: MARK ANDREWS EDUCATION MEC Mandla Makupula issued a stern warning at school principals who failed to budget for pupils who were affected by the department’s re-alignment programme.

Unisa VC pays tribute to Prof Russel Botman

Main Topix: Association Of African Universities - South African Council Of Churches
It was with shock, dismay, and, most of all, great sadness that I learned of the untimely passing of a colleague and friend, Prof Russel Botman, Rector and Vice-Chancellor of Stellenbosch University.