Gauteng department of education

AECI PLAYS THEIR PART AT GOZA PRIMARY SCHOOL

Soweto is South Africa’s most popular township, located in the southwest of Johannesburg, with a population of approximately 1,271,628 according to the...

AECI PLAYS THEIR PART AT GOZA PRIMARY SCHOOL

Soweto is South Africa’s most popular township, located in the southwest of Johannesburg, with a population of approximately 1,271,628 according to the...

Brand South Africa’s Play Your Part Ambassador exercises her Constitutional Right #FreedomToMe

With the message: your vote is your voice anchored on a video-led digital campaign by Brand South Africa which called on citizens to exercise- their...

South Africans among Forbes Africa 30 Under 30 young entrepreneurs

The influential Forbes Africa business magazine unveiled its annual 30 Under 30 young African entrepreneurs on 1 June 2017. The list features up-and-coming small...

Protecting girls against cervical cancer

South Africa is doing its bit to protect girls from cervical cancer. Now in its second round, the government is rolling out the human...

Give a book in Mandela’s name

children-and-books---thumbA book drive marked the first anniversary of the death of Madiba. Education was close to his heart and people are encouraged to donate books to beat illiteracy. The Nelson Mandela Book Drive is a partnership between the Nelson Mandela Foundation and The Book People.

Mandela Day book drive launched in Gauteng

The Gauteng Department of Education has, as part of its Mandela Day activities, launched a province-wide book donation drive to collect works on SA's liberation struggle to stock libraries at underprivileged schools. 

Sangari helps teachers think out the box

The portable iBox is changing teaching at many South African schools. It combines ICT with high-tech presentation facilities, giving teachers a valuable resource. The remote clickers help them assess levels of understanding among pupils. The proof, believe some, can be seen in the pudding.

Gauteng Department of Education, 20 years on

Since 1994, the Gauteng Department of Education has built more than 200 new schools, improved on the province's pass rate, and grown teacher and pupil numbers.

Gauteng Department of Education, 20 years on

Since 1994, the Gauteng Department of Education has built more than 200 new schools, improved on the province's pass rate, and grown teacher and pupil numbers.