Excitement of SABC 24hr news channel

"We are very excited about this partnership with Multichoice, as it will expose South African news stories to an audience not only in the country, but outside of South Africa as well." the SABC's acting COO, Hlaudi Motsoeneng said in a statement. The SABC's 24 hour news channel will launch on DSTV channel 404 at 6 pm on Thursday evening.

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Portfolio Committee on Basic Education to visit schools in the WC

The Portfolio Committee on Basic Education will over the next two days visit various schools in the Western Cape Winelands and on the West Coast. The purpose of the visit is to assess the state of education in farm schools. This includes the school environment and infrastructure, how accessible the schools are, curriculum delivery, school governance, progression and skills development and socio-economic challenges to education.

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Geleza Nathi on SABC1 Mondays to Sundays

Geleza Nathi brings the cool back to school with simplified methods of instruction to specific learning areas of grades 10,11& 12.The show  aims to help you walk through those difficult learning areas with ease while enjoying some cool prizes on offer. Geleza Nathi every morning from 05h00 - 06h00 on SABC 1, Mzazi fo sho!

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All about Volunteering on iSpani

SABC1 at 13h30 Tuesday 6 August 2013: People choose to volunteer for various reasons, for some it offers a chance to give back or make a difference to their community, for others it provides an opportunity to develop a new skill or build on their education and training, enhancing their experience from theory to practice. 

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Watch out for SABC Education Television programmes in August and September 2013

SABC Education broadcasting schedule for TV programmes in August and September 2013. These programmes are broadcast on SABC1, SABC2 and SABC3. Take your time and watch these shows.

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Women in Science - A Living Landscape

SABC2 Sunday at 21h00 on 4th August 2013: Meet some of the ‘green’ women that are part of an initiative which is setting a global conservation precedent in the Cape Floral Kingdom. It is a World Heritage site on account of the extra-ordinary number of plants that grow here. Up to 80% of this land is privately owned which makes the conservation of the landscape a very complex collaboration between diverse stakeholders, and women are well disposed to this challenge.  

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