Following a mishap at its Gqeberha production site, Aspen will secure 300 000 Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccines for South African teachers.
The instruction comes as SA moves to alert level 1, with teachers who have been working from home now required to be present in-person at schools.
As government looks to ensure that its classrooms are staffed during COVID-19, the DBE is calling for unemployed teachers to apply to become substitutes.
Both organisations are working to address digital education in South Africa during COVID-19, with plans to expand thereafter.
St David’s Marist Inanda has turned to Google Classroom and other online tools to help learners while the school is on an enforced break.
There has been a lot on show at EduTech Africa 2019 over the past two days. Here are five solutions that impressed us.
The recently released Talis Survey looks at the state of basic education in South Africa.
Gauteng educators told us about some of the highs and lows they’ve encountered so far after going digital.
A majority of teachers in Africa say not enough is being done to develop elearning literacy among educators on the continent.