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SABC Education and SABC2 on Mandela Day Corporate Social Initiative

2 x Activations will take place during the month of July 2017, in conjunction with SABC2 and SABC Education supporting the SABC CSI Foundation – building houses. 

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Skeem Saam - children learn to face adult challenges

The first season of Skeem Saam was a psychological thriller about three young boys who tried to dig themselves out of a hole that kept getting deeper and darker, after they stole a car for a night of fun.

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Minister Angie Motshekga host round table discussions on the NEEDU National Report on schools that work

The Minister of Basic Education Mrs Angie Motshekga will host the first Round Table discussions on National Education Evaluation and Development Unit (NEEDU) National Report on Schools that Work. The round table will be held on Tuesday, 11 July 2017 at the Sanlam Auditorium at University of Pretoria in Pretoria under the theme “What good performing schools are doing right: Identifying and prioritising effective practices to get our learners out of the low achievement trap.’’

The programme of the round table discussion will include both plenary and four breakaway sessions or commissions, each focusing on a specific topic. Each breakaway session will be facilitated by an expert who will be identified ahead of time based on their good understanding of the basic education landscape.

Members of the media are invited to the Round Table discussions as follows:

Date: Tuesday, 11 July 2017
Time: 09h00
Venue: University of Pretoria, Sanlam Auditorium, Lynnwood Road, Hatfield, Pretoria


Enquiries: Elijah Mhlanga: 083 580 8275
Troy Martens: 079 899 3070

ISSUED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF BASIC EDUCATION

Game Plan giving aspirations to entrepreneurs the opportunity to shine

Collage wlogoSABC 2 introduces Game Plan, a new entrepreneurial game show set to debut on Thursday 11th May 2017 at 11am.   

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This week on Khetha #Week28

Topic of the week: Careers within South African Police Services (SAPS)

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Mathematics to remain complulsory in South African schools

Mathematics is compulsory from grade 1 to 9 in the South African schooling system.

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