By Eddy Maloka At their 11th extraordinary summit in 2018, African heads of state and government requested the African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) ..
The Basic Education Department (DBE) has announced that from next year, 2020, it will no longer offer the Multiple Examination Opportunity (MEO) ..
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Globalisation 4.0 is upon. This is the proclamation being made this week in Davos. It is now common knowledge that upskilling and reskilling ..
It is not every day that someone is willing to admit to their folly. This world is full of wicked problems that no one man or woman has a complete ..
The Education Support Forum (TEDSF) is the top source for education news in social and digital media, technology and web culture. With more than ..
The greatest Zimbabwean export has always been its people. Zimbabweans are well known across the globe for their educational excellence and hard ..
#SuitsAndSneakers is an amazing initiative driving towards quality education and exchange of knowledge. Suits & Sneakers says it is the University ..