Tag Archives: South Africa


South Africa is a country of many faiths and cultures but one thing unites all good people: The desire to protect women and children from … Read More

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Innovative global education initiative comes to SA

Educators in South Africa have welcomed a new education hub launching at the African Education Week in Sandton today. The Center for Education Innovations – … Read More

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IkamvaYouth scures incredible 94% matric pass, 96% post-school placements

The results of matric supplementary exams are out, and IkamvaYouth is proud to report an amazing overall 94% matric pass for the class of 2012! Even … Read More

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South Africans rise against rape

Thousands of South Africans gathered at Wits University on Thursday afternoon to protest the violent rape and murder of 17-year-old Anene Booysen, and also call … Read More

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Redespresso increases its footprint

Redespresso is the brainchild of farmer Carl Pretorius who set the wheels in motion in 2005 on his family farm in the Cedarberg area of … Read More

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Stretching the borders of family

Many children in South Africa without reliable adult role models, now have online access to trained and trusted mentors from around the globe – thanks … Read More

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Zimbabwean Lessons In Education

In terms of country size, South Africa is three times larger than Zimbabwe. It also has a staggering R207 billion budget allocation to education. So … Read More

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Lucrative service delivery

South African municipalities are plagued with inefficiencies, but local government can be creative and cost-effective in delivering services. e’Thekwini Metro in Durban is one such … Read More

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The Art of Rural Development

Since the advent of democracy in South Africa, gains made in the Arts, are not often celebrated on Freedom Day. Many black people did not … Read More

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Grade R’s send out message for Water Week

Every year during March the Department of Water Affairs celebrates National Water Week in South Africa, which also features World Water Day 0n 22 March. … Read More

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Nanotechnology making giant impact

“There is little doubt that nanotechnology will have an extraordinarily important role to play in shaping our future,” said Department of Science and Technology Minister, Naledi … Read More

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Community Driven Efforts to De-Criminalize SA

Several years ago, I was mugged when walking home from the library. I had no money on me, nor did I have a cell phone, … Read More

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What do you want to ask the President?

The State of the Nation address (SoNA) is coming up on Thursday 9th Feb at 7pm when President Jacob Zuma will outline 2012′s agenda. Speculation … Read More

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University alternatives offer opportunities to succeed too

On January 10, 2012, a tragic stampede took place at the University of Johannesburg (UJ). The desperate attempt of applicants, determined to submit their applications … Read More

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Coffins that Mitigate Climate Change

Seven years ago surveys revealed South Africans spent more time at funerals than at weddings and with the 400 000 people who die of AIDS … Read More

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