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Education - early intervention is vital
National Science Week kicks off
E&T Minerals, Software AG and Africa Teen Geeks team up to build futuristic computer lab in Hendrina
Promaths Online: Lessons learnt from a year of adapting and innovating through lockdown
TAS launches podcasts for teachers
Maker spaces give engineers and designers the tools to build low-cost medical equipment using locally available materials.
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Great things on the horizon for Africa's Science students
Outdoor education at universities can be a positive legacy of Covid-19
Robotics - educational challenges and opportunities
Scientists around Africa are working at the cutting edge of research and their work is relevant beyond the continent. PIUS UTOMI EKPEI/AFP via Getty Images
Investec takes its Promaths programme to the next level under lockdown
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CT Science Centre launches free online Matric Masterclasses
#YouthMonth: Education essential in breaking cycle of poverty, liberating young people
Maths and Science Academy opens to uplift rural Limpopo
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Dr Xolani Humphrey Mkhwanazi, Chancellor, VUT - A giant has fallen
Dr Xolani Humphrey Mkhwanazi, Chancellor, VUT - A giant has fallen

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A career in data science or your money back
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Africa Code Week expands Train-the-Trainer programme in Nigeria
Developing learnability and employability at eLearning Africa
Dr Duncan MacFadyen, head of conservation research at Oppenheimer Generations
Google's CS First to teach computer science to kids
VUT's chancellor, Dr Xolani Mkhwanazi, a Lancaster University Alumnus awarded a Doctor of Science
Teacher development is critical to rescuing SA's education system
Study finds emotion recognition could be used to improve learning experiences
May the 4th industrial revolution leave no child behind - Part 2
Ad industry well-placed to boost SA education
New database puts African education research at the heart of policy and practice
A new way to equip Africa's science labs: get students to build their own
HRDC meeting kicks off with focus on skilling youth
Professor Jimmy Volmink
VR learning solutions to revolutionise maths and science education
Collaboration sees the birth of the STEM Academy at CUT
Jolene van Heerden, this year’s Best PR professional at the Prism Awards; and Monare Matema, best up-and-coming PR professional. Images © Van Heerden's  and Matema's .
My big idea for South African science education
Lack of support, mentors limiting women in tech
Eskom signs pact to boost maths, science results in EC
Digital platform offers free maths and science resources
Free knowledge hub launched to boost school leadership and management
Partnership offers discounted access to online STEM learning platform
How future-focused digital solutions can transform global education
Trialogue provides free resources on Shared Value portal
Philanthropy site answers your questions about giving this festive season
Free financial literacy portal shares learnings and lessons
New CSI knowledge hub launched
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