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American student volunteers support Cape Town NPOs

Numerous Cape Town-based not-for-profit organisations (NPOs) have received a boost of youthful energy and expertise, thanks to 17 student volunteers who travelled all the...

QR codes revolutionise learning in South Africa

The recent introduction of QR codes into high school textbooks has combined technology with the needs of both educators and learners to provide an...

Montessori Education Under The Microscope

In the current knowledge economy, the focus of education needs to shift from acquisition of information to application: problem-solving, collaboration, creativity and application of...

Rent sharing – great idea, but what about the insurance?

Young professionals on their starter salaries tend to share the cost of living expenses by splitting rent and other monthly expenses with their peers....

Good progress on Grabouw/ Villiersdorp roadworks project

Good progress is being made on a Department of Transport and Public Works (DTPW) project to reseal the R45 and R321 between Villiersdorp and...

StudentAtHome – Your home away from home

At the forefront of the South African property industry, the forward-thinking developers of 106 Adderley have transformed the space into affordable living for students...

Western Cape schools celebrate sustainability achievements at Cape Town Eco-Schools awards

Learners and teachers from the greater Cape Town area and WESSA staff gathered recently to celebrate the 2017 achievements of 65 local schools participating...

STEM focussed toys boost kids performance in the classroom

Parents looking to boost their kids’ performance in the classroom are turning to the latest skill-building educational toys. From programmable robots to code-teaching caterpillars and...