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Supplementary examinations disrupted due to community protest action

The Minister of Basic Education Mrs Angie Motshekga has once again appealed to members of the public to refrain from disrupting schools when protesting. 

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Supplementary exams get off on a good start

The National Senior Certificate 2017 supplementary examinations have commenced. The first day (Wednesday 22 February) went smoothly without any glitches.

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Higher Education identified trades in demand for the economy

The Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET) has identified trades that are in demand for the economy to at the level envisaged in the National Development Plan (NDP) such as diesel mechanics, instrument technicians, riggers, auto electricians and millwrights as a worrying threat to the economy.

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This week on Khetha #Week8-

Topic of the week: Financial Aid (International Scholarships): To provide information on funding for international scholarships

 

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Natu, Education Dept at odds over 'surplus educators

The National Teachers Union (Natu) says the Education Labour Relations Council (ELRC) has ruled in its favour in a dispute with the Education Department over the movement and redeployment of surplus educators in KwaZulu-Natal.

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This week on Khetha #Week9

Topic of the week: Career Choice - : To provide information on funding for international scholarships

 

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