EducationDay: An expert has sounded the alarm bells over South Africa's decline in maths which she says runs contrary to the Fourth Industrial Revolution. DailyNewsSA
A country's youth must be educated in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) in order to be ...
According to Mike Lefkowitz of the Mind Research Institute a country's youth must be educated in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) in order to be competitive in the 21st century global economy. "Studying mathematics not only will develop more engineers and scientists, but also produce more citizens who can learn and think creatively and critically, no matter their career fields. The workforce of tomorrow, in all fields, will demand it," he said.
But Suellen Shay a Professor of Higher Education in the Centre for Higher Education Development (CHED) at the University of Cape Town has sounded the alarm bells over South Africa's decline in maths which she says runs contrary to the Fourth Industrial Revolution.Read more: IOL News »
POLL | Would you book an SAA flight right now?SAA cancelled a number of international and local flights on Tuesday Yes why not Can we not just let it die a dignified death? We can have a state funeral for SAA. No rather walk or use another airline.
Equal Education reiterates calls for safer schools - SABC News - Breaking news, special reports, world, business, sport coverage of all South African current events. Africa's news leader.%%%Equal Education, a body advocating for learner rights, says issues of safety in schools have been a concern for a while.%%% These school kids know about political 'leaders' who steal billions of rands meant for a better south africa! These kids know that these thieves are law into themselves! They also know that these thieves will never go to jail! Keep children in their communities! Have schools in their communities! A half of a day is enough to learn math, science, literature! Then let them go home to work with their parents!!
Tanzania president moves to ease fears over electionTanzanian President John Magufuli has promised this year's general election will be 'free and fair' and invited international monitors to observe proceedings amid concerns of a democratic crackdown THE BULLDOZER SHOWED REAL LEADERSHIP AND RESTORED HOPE THAT AFRICA WILL AGAIN RISE! He is an African man
Concerns about SA's energy challenges raised at WEF - SABC News - Breaking news, special reports, world, business, sport coverage of all South African current events. Africa's news leader.International Relations and Cooperation Minister Naledi Pandor says would-be investors, especially mining companies attending the World Economic Forum in Davos Switzerland continue to show concerns about South Africa's energy supply challenges. No concerns here the plan is going very well. South Africans have got no idea that economic hitmen exist and are products of IMF and world Bank. Just watch how CR,pg and Tito are playing this game to the elites orders. SA has no energy challenges, we just need to change the way we lead_sa .
Field’s Hill ‘killer’ Sanele May has been deported | Daily NewsThe Daily News has since established that May was released on December 27, after recommendations by the parole board. Does not make sense, no justice, he can come back into SA, our border controls for road user's are open or he can sit on the crocodile on the river's 🐊😠😂😱😡 Hahaha he will be back, waste of time
Gauteng Education Department changes school outing policy - SABC News - Breaking news, special reports, world, business, sport coverage of all South African current events. Africa's news leader.The Gauteng Education Department has changed its policy on school outings following the death of 13- year-old Enock Mpianzi. Tired of this story