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March 2021 1st edition

The matric 2020 inmate pass rate is the highest in five years, at 86.3%, with 76 distinctions and 78 bachelor passes.


The country has moved to Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) alert level 1 but government urges people to continue with all the precautionary measures aimed at curbing the spread of the virus....

This month Vuk’uzenzele is celebrating an important milestone: the publishing of its 200th edition. ...

While delivering his fifth State of the Nation Address recently, President Cyril Ramaphosa made it clear that government is not in the business of making empty promises but is instead working...

South Africa kick-started its first phase of the vaccination rollout programme using the Johnson & Johnson vaccine recently. ...

Two South Africans who travelled to the United Kingdom (UK) on a Chevening Scholarship last year have returned home to contribute to the education sector. Cebo Mayekiso (30) and Nokuthula Mashiyane (43) were among the Chevening Scholarship
A Durban-based man is helping children fall in love with mathematics. Any child can learn to understand mathematics, says Dr Simo Mthethwa (30), a maths lecturer at the University of KwaZulu-Natal. He says parents must help break the
It’s not only adults who suffer from depression, children can experience it too. Parents with depressed children must not despair. While depression is a serious mental health condition, it is curable with the right treatment. The mood
Women runners are uniting to protect each other and to stand up against gender-based violence and femicide. Everyone should actively demand change and do something to end gender-based violence and femicide (GBVF). This is what the founder of
Doctors, nurses and other healthcare workers are relieved and excited to be among the first South Africans to receive the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) vaccine. Dr Sa’ad Lahri (40) was one of the first healthcare workers in the country to
Failed your matric? Don’t worry, the Department of Basic Education is giving you a second chance with the Second Chance Matric Support Programme to help you achieve or improve on your matric results. Director of the programme, Dr Sandy

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