Sun Learner
6 hours ago
START TO PLAN AHEAD NOW Kabelo Moloi (16) from Tsakane, Ekurhuleni has just finished writing his grade 11 year-end exams and he feels optimistic about the results.
Sun Learner
6 hours ago
SAVE FOR YOUR KIDS' FUTURE
EDUCATION is becoming too expensive!
Sun Learner
4 days ago
BURSARIES FOR INVENTORS
WHILE matric pupils are busy writing, too many are unsure about what they want to do when they finish school or how they’ll afford the college courses they want to take. Mzansi education is expensive.
Sun Learner
7 days ago
IT’S EXAM PRESSURE!
AS WE proceed through the annual matric exam period, parents across Mzansi are encouraged to support and protect their children.
National
9 days ago
SMILES AFTER EXAMS
MATRIC pupils wrote Pedi paper 1 and Sotho paper 2 yesterday.
National
9 days ago
Help on the way for shack school
PARENTS and teachers at Sunshine Primary School are hoping for a better future.
Sun Learner
10 days ago
SCIENCE PAPER WASN'T EASY!
MATRICS wrote Physical Science paper 2 yesterday.
Sun Learner
15 days ago
LANGUAGE EXAMS WERE A BREEZE!
THINGS went well for matric pupils who wrote African language exams yesterday.
Sun Learner
16 days ago
MATRICS FIND COMFORT IN GEOGRAPHY PAPER!
AFTER the long and challenging maths paper yesterday, some matrics were comforted by the geography paper, which they say was relatively easy and basic.
Sun Learner
18 days ago
GET GOING WITH A CAREER IN COMPUTER PROGRA...
Van Zyl and Pritchard is an internationally recognised company based in Houghton.
Sun Learner
19 days ago
KEEP FOCUS TO FINISH WELL!
THIS is the final term of the year! It is normal for many to be tired and feel as if they’re approaching the finish line of the Comrades Marathon.
Sun Learner
21 days ago
DONATION DRIVE TO FILL LIBRARIES
A LIBRARY is not only a quiet place where pupils can do research or read books, watch movies or do drawings.
Sun Learner
24 days ago
CRITICAL COMPUTER LITERACY!
THERE’S no way that, in this age, we can excuse computer illiteracy among children – but schools need to get the proper equipment first.
Sun Learner
25 days ago
BOOST FOR TOURISTS, SAFETY AND YOUTH
FOR all the tears shed for our economy, there is a ray of hope for young people, entrepreneurs and businesses: Tourism.
Sun Learner
27 days ago
ALL FOR THE JOY OF READING
MANY schools in Mzansi struggle to produce better results year in and year out.
Sun Learner
28 days ago
CHEATING WILL KILL ALL YOUR DREAMS!
AS EXAM pressure piles up, some pupils and students may be tempted to cheat . . . but DON’T do it!
Sun Learner
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SMALL BUSINESS COMES TO CLASS!
ONLY a person living under a rock would not know that the jobs available to young people are becoming fewer and fewer every day.
Sun Learner
Last month
THE THREE BIG SCIENCE FAIR BURSARY WINNERS!
CHILDREN who do well studying maths and science always get more opportunities.
National
Last month
Life without an ID is meaningless
LINDANI Radebe is afraid that he might end up doing bad things if he has nothing to do with the free time on his hands.
Sun Learner
Last month
KEEPING GIRLS IN SCHOOL
ONE Gauteng government department together with Procter and Gamble have just signed a five-year partnership to supply Gauteng girls with sanitary towels and education.
Sun Learner
Last month
THE LAST LAP BEFORE FINALS!
TIME to revise is running out for matric pupils.
Sun Learner
Last month
SMART HEROES TO IMPROVE ECD
WHILE over 800 000 pupils get ready to write matric exams, SunEducation turns the spotlight on the importance of early childhood development.
Sun Learner
Last month
MAKING SCIENCE POP AT SCHOOLS!
IT IS well known that quality science education as a school subject helps grow a country’s economy.
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