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Call for safety at schools

An awarding-winning Khayelitsha primary school teacher, who was shot at school two months ago, said he is still traumatised by the incident and that...

Youngsters speak about life’s challenges

Everyone has dreams and growing up we all need someone to look up to and emulate, was the message that resonated at the Women...

Young people urged to visit youth clinics

Scores of Khayelitsha residents, mostly senior citizens, gathered at Andile Msizi hall, in Site B, for a health awareness event aimed at ...

Teaching is more than passing info

I was recently invited to write an article after I had narrated some of the very serious issues that confront us as educators so...

Taking healthy lifestyle message to the township

As part of Youth Month and June 16 celebrations, the Gugulethu Adolescent Youth Friendly Service (AYFS) urged young people to frequently visit the facility...

Site C youth urged to be agents of change

Words of wisdom and encouragement reverberated through the walls of Solomom Tshuku Hall in Khayelitsha when the Department of Social Development, in partnership with...

Science lessons in Xhosa

Grade 6 and 7s pupils from Khayelitsha enjoyed a day of learning science in their own language, isiXhosa, when the Project for the Study...

Residents warned about unlabelled pesticides

The provincial Department of Environmental Health and the University of Cape Town joined hands last week to warn people against the use and...

Promote saving

Thembalethu Qolo, KTC, NyangaThis must be started from the early stages of education, which is Grade 1. Children must be taught practical day-to-day life...

Olympiad boosts interest in maths and science

While many were busy commemorating Youth Day on June16, members of AmaQhawe Ngemfundo and pupils from Khayelitsha high schools were putting their minds to...