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    Education MEC Debbie Schäfer points out that this kind of behaviour rarely occurs in a vacuum.

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    12 August 2014, Johannesburg, South Africa – An unprecedented projected increase in Africa’s child population size provides policymakers with a once-in-a-generation opportunity to craft a child-focused investment strategy that enables the continent, and the world, to reap the benefits of Africa’s

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     Gazetted on Thursday, the regulations are expected to improve the training of serving principals and guide the department on recruiting new ones.

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    For a more timorous approach to reforming matric, the report of Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga’s task team would be hard to beat.

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    Judy Manjoro (49) is a teacher, but when she fled Zimbabwe in 2005 during political violence and came to South Africa, she was forced to become a domestic worker because there was no other work available.

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    Dr Genchen Rugnath is charged along with his wife Ravina, Sandile Patrick Zweni, Nonduzo Dlamini, and Bhabha Dubazini.

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    No child under the age of 16 will be allowed to undergo cultural initiation. That is if Cabinet has its way. Deputy Minister of Traditional Affairs Obed Bapela revealed yesterday that an age restriction had been introduced for cultural initiation.

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    A new study shows that grade R classes have almost zero effect on the future performance of pupils in South Africa’s poorest schools.

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    "Mr George Wilhem Kerkhof, a German national, is wanted to stand trial on 37 counts of sexual abuse of children and the trafficking of narcotic substances," said Lt Col Lungelo Dlamini.

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    Decades of robust evidence bolstered by groundbreaking neuroscience research prove the short and long-term benefits—health, social and economic—of focusing on the earliest years of a child’s life, from birth to five years of age.

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