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  • Zara's latest store concept is coming to Cape Town
    Fashion retailer Zara is currently refurbishing and enlarging its flagship store at Victoria Wharf Shopping Centre in Cape Town in order to make it the brand's newest concept store in South Africa, offering a fully integrated experience with zara.com.
  • The Radio Awards 2021 finalists
    The Radio Awards honours outstanding achievements across Campus, Community, Public Broadcast, and Commercial radio, setting benchmarks for all stations and professionals to strive towards. Finalists for the general categories have been announced.
  • Pick n Pay's exclusive lease agreements coming to an end
    Supermarkets that are privately-owned and controlled by historically disadvantaged persons (HDP) can immediately access letting space in all shopping centres where a Pick n Pay store has exclusivity provisions in its lease agreement.
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Promaths Online: Lessons learnt from a year of adapting and innovating through lockdown

What has been learnt during the past year, and how can other organisations achieve similar success?...

Issued by Trialogue 2 days ago

Proposal for Totnes Road to be one-way during peak school hours

Members of the public have been requested to comment on the proposal to turn Totnes Road in Plumstead into a time restricted one-way road during peak periods at the Plumstead Preparatory School...

3 days ago

Matric mid-year exams cancelled: How to make the most of this time...

The matric mid-year exams offer valuable preparation for the end-of-year finals; however as a result of the impact of Covid and lockdowns, these exams have been cancelled to allow for additional teaching time...

9 Jun 2021

Thari Programme spotlights bullying in schools this Child Protection Week

Child Protection Week aims to raise awareness about children's rights as outlined in the Children's Act of 2005 and how South Africans can tackle the issues that infringe those rights...

Issued by Cyril Ramaphosa Foundation 4 Jun 2021

Kaspersky, Skill Cup launch free kid's cyber safety training course

Kaspersky and Skill Cup have launched a free training course, available for iOS and Android devices, aimed at helping parents and their kids better navigate cybersecurity and digital ethics...

1 Jun 2021

Gibela to add coding and robotics to school-level education programme

Coding and robotics will be added to train manufacturer Gibela's school-level maths and science teaching and learning programme in the 2022 financial year...

31 May 2021

New NWU centre for children with developmental delays will focus on the whole family

When children have disabilities or developmental delays, the whole family can be affected. This is why the Care2Kids division of the Centre for Health and Human Performance at the North-West University (NWU) is embracing a family-focused intervention...

Issued by North-West University (NWU) 27 May 2021

Arts education is facing massive cuts - yet its value is felt everywhere

When an emergency support package for the arts was launched in the face of Covid-19 last July, UK prime minister Boris Johnson trumpeted their value to industry and the nation at large...

By Adam Behr 27 May 2021

5 tips to help you cope in case of school closures

Covid-19 infection numbers are on the rise again, which means that more stringent lockdown regulations could follow...

By Louise Schoonwinkel 27 May 2021

Time for the world to learn from Africa

It is often said that Africa ought to learn from the west - but not much is said about what there is to learn from Africa. At this point in time, there is in actual fact much that the rest of the world can learn from Africa...

By Prof Francis Petersen 27 May 2021

Basic Education condemns fake news on schools closure

The Department of Basic Education has condemned fake news doing rounds on social media, claiming that schools will close from 26 May 2021 and reopen on 28 June 2021...

26 May 2021

A few things to consider before introducing coding and robotics to SA schools

As South Africa introduces coding and robotics in schools, there is a need to acknowledge the challenges that have been extensively researched in the teaching and learning of mathematics and science...

By Dr Benadette Aineamani 26 May 2021

The problem with teaching coding in South African schools

What do you do with a class of 30+ kids, in a fixed lesson period and a national standardised exam looming in the distance?...

Issued by Pert Industrials 25 May 2021

Computer Applications Olympiad deadline extension

In order to allow more learners to participate, the annual Computer Applications Olympiad has been extended by a week...

24 May 2021






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