African nations seek collaboration with TNAU

An eight-member team from African nations visited Tamil Nadu Agricultural University (TNAU) here today to explore areas of collaboration in agriculture and research. At a...

Dell Inc. Expects to Donate Over $14 Million Globally in STEM Education for Underserved...

$37 million donated to STEM initiatives globally since 2014 give millions of children access to the technology and resources needed to explore STEM fields. On...

SA: Free higher education for poor, working class students

By – SAnews.gov.za President Jacob Zuma has announced that government will introduce fully subsidised free higher education and training for poor and working class South...

Education and Africa: Twin Priorities of UNESCO Director-General at Education Funding Conference in Dakar

It is the first visit to Africa of the Director-General illustrating the priority of the education sector and the cross cutting priority given to...

SA: Property entrepreneur Ngebulana honoured by leading university

SOUTH African property developer and entrepreneur Sisa Ngebulana has been recognised for his contribution to society and the national business landscape with an honorary...

SA: WC working with schools to implement contingency plans

By – SAnews.gov.za Pretoria – The MEC for Education in the Western Cape, Debbie Schaffer, says officials at the department’s district offices are working with...

Hope as maths expert adopts struggling Khayelitsha school

By– SAnews.gov.za When all grade 12 learners at Sizimisele Technical High School were registered to write mathematics for the first time, the school’s pass rate...

A decent education for Nigeria’s young people is important

The UK government is committed to working with stakeholders to rebuild Nigeria's education system Statement attributable to Paul Thomas Arkwright, the British High Commissioner to...

SA: Use CACH to get a place at varsity

Grade 12 learners, who passed matric in 2017 but have not yet secured a place at a university or college, have been urged to...

R57 billion set aside for free higher education

By - SAnews.gov.za Government will spend R57 billion on free higher education over the next three years, Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba said on Wednesday. Tabling the...

Most Popular

Social Media Auto Publish Powered By : XYZScripts.com