Steamed pumpkin with rice and beef stew was the first meal served from the brand new mobile kitchen to pupils at Tlakukani Primary School in Mamelodi, Pretoria, on Friday.
The Gauteng Department of Social Development has welcomed the court judgment on the “Springs Monster couple”, saying it will help deter the violent abuse of innocent and vulnerable children.
Young offenders, who are serving prison sentences, have encouraged the youth of South Africa to focus on getting an education and to avoid being involved in criminal activities to improve their living conditions.
Mr Moses Kebalepile, a PhD student in the School of Health Systems and Public Health of the Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of Pretoria (UP), has walked away with top prizes in both the prestigious Gauteng Accelerator Programme (GAP) Innovation Competitions for 2016 and the International Pitchfest held in Zurich, Switzerland, early in January 2017.
The Commission of inquiry into the feasibility of free Higher Education is expected to resume with its public hearings in Centurion, south of Pretoria on Monday.
Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga has called on experts and stakeholders to reinvigorate the teaching of Mathematics in its entirety.
The 3rd Annual Mandela Remembrance Walk is open for registration and members of the public, who want to join in, can register for free before the closing date on 2 December 2016.
The National Consumer Commission (NCC) has called on consumers to heed the call to stop using the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 mobile phone, as it continued its meetings with Samsung Electronics South Africa on the phone’s safety recall.
Learners at the Isaac More Primary School in Atteridgeville were on Friday taught about the rules of the road as part of a “Safe Scholar” learner road safety initiative.