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Beware the trap of bogus colleges!

With reality kicking in for matric class of 2019 about the future of tertiary education, officials and the Department of Higher Education, have repeatedly issued warnings for prospective students to steer clear of bogus colleges and educational scams. General Manager of the Independent Institution of Education (IIE) Peter Kriel offers[…]

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Community embodying moral values will improve education – BLAC

The Bishop Lavis Action Community (BLAC) will be hosting another protest at Bergville Primary as the 2020 academic year kicks off on Wednesday morning. Last year, the school was disrupted after teachers and parents protested, demanding action against overcrowding, lack of security and psycho-social services at disadvantaged schools. But this[…]

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Atlantis community divided after high-ranking police officer faces allegations of sexual assault

An acting-Station Commander has been appointed at the Atlantis police station, to allow investigations into allegations of sexual harassment against its commander to be completed. The officer cannot be named until he is formally charged within a court. the Provincial Police Commander Lieutenant-Colonel André Traut confirmed that at least two[…]

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WC Education MEC: matriculants and their options

After achieving a national pass rate of 81.3%, the matric class of 2019 will be weighing their options regarding their future. The class has been praised for achieving the highest pass rate in a democratic South Africa. Basic Education Minister Angie Motsheka made the announcement on Tuesday evening. Western Cape[…]

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