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icon22 October 2018 - From today close to 800 000 candidates will be writing the National Senior Certificate examinations in over 8 000 centres nationwide. To support the learners with their last minute preparations the Digital Classroom provides daily #LastMinuteNSCPrep tips using the resources on Vodacom E-School.  

Colourful shelves thumbnail7 September 2018 – Heeding Minister Angie Motshekga’s call to ensure that more learners reach basic literacy and numeracy skills in the Foundation Phase, our Digital librarian assists teachers with the integration of e-books in teaching young children to read. The teacher simply clicks on the relevant grade and topic and a number of fun books and activities are provided.

Teach SDG blurb24 July 2018 - TeachSDGs is a global movement of teachers that aims to engage and empower every classroom on earth with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. The movement has developed an attractive starter kit with free online resources to get the World’s Largest Lesson going.

Kagiso Trust logo9 July 2018 - The 2018 Kagiso Trust Education Conversations examine the 4th Industrial Revolution, Africa’s role in it and its impact on our education system. The exciting events create awareness and spark lively debates around this revolution which will fundamentally change the way we live and learn. 

Vodacom325 April 2018 - Vodacom Group’s executive leadership appeared before the Portfolio Committee on Basic Education to provide an update on the collaborative work delivered by Vodacom and the DBE. The Mobile Education Programme, which uses mobile technology to enhance the education system to help learners break the cycle of poverty and get ready for the Fourth Industrial Revolution, is already yielding positive results.

DBE logo2 January 2018 – On Thursday 4 January at 18h00 the Minister of Basic Education will release the 2017 National Senior Certificate (NSC) Matric results in a live broadcast on SABC1. From Friday 5 January well over 800,000 candidates from the Class of 2017 will be able to learn their individual results. The Independent Examinations Board (IEB) will release the results for their 12,000 matriculation candidates at midnight tonight.