More than 175 000 young people tested for HIV in the year 2015, according to data from the First Things First programme.
Exxaro’s Grootegeluk mine demonstrated its commitment to uplift and empower all learners, including learners with special needs.
Exxaro’s North Block Complex mine near Belfast in Mpumalanga is funding a Saturday School project for the past four years. The following schools in the Emakhazeni circuit are participating in and benefiting from the project:
Whole School Development (WSD) is a model used to improve and support the academic, management, infrastructure, social and security environment in a school. It follows an holistic approach to address a range of issues faced by the school over a long period of time.
Five secondary schools in the broader Delmas area in Mpumalanga participated in the Delmas schools project. This project provides teacher training sessions and learner revision sessions during the school holidays to help learners increase their marks in Grade 12 while preparing them for their matric examinations.
Government has set aside R16.3 billion towards higher education, Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan said on Wednesday.
Government has created a new Early Childhood Development conditional grant to help children from poor households to attend ECD centres, National Treasury said on Wednesday.
The KwaZulu-Natal Department of Arts and Culture and the Department of Basic Education will identify learning material and textbooks that will be translated into isiZulu.
Environmental Affairs Deputy Minister Barbara Thomson on Monday handed over eco-furniture school desks, school uniforms, school bags and stationery sets to UBuhlebemvelo Primary School pupils in Mtubatuba, KwaZulu-Natal.
Tourism Minister Derek Hanekom says a successful and growing tourism industry will provide the means for social and economic development on a vast scale in Africa.