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Promotion: Olive Ridge School is Education for the Future!

Central South Africa is ideally situated for a school that competes internationally. The fourth industrial revolution will demand internationally competitive skills from our young...

CUT is moving beyond the traditional educational methods

The world is constantly changing and becoming unpredictable by day and so is education. The education system is rapidly moving towards developing the breadth...

Bloemfontein Schools

Global phenomenon headed for SA schools South African schools will be participating in the massively popular Tournament of Minds contest this year, after private education...

Technology Offers Alternative Solution to a Student with Special Needs

PDTS Director, Mr Ludrick Barnard, and Mr Kamohelo Mokoena, a mechanical engineering graduate from CUT are the brains behind the innovation. Pedal extensions were designed to give leverage to the student who could not fully reach the pedals in a normal car. Today, Mohalatsi can drive himself around the streets of Bloemfontein, home and take himself to campus.

Curriculum is not preparing learners for the future

THANDI XABA The educational institution has to radically re-invent because the current curriculum used for teaching learners is not correctly preparing them for the future they...

Minister Naledi Pandor to host imbizo in Reitz to raise awareness...

Minister Naledi Pandor pic: Refilwe

‘We’ economy on the rise

THANDI XABA The technology and business sector has been grasped by the ‘We’ economy, also known as the sharing economy where organisations look to collaborate...

Free State Department of Education to host Technological Days

Free State Department of Education and Mustek will host Technology Days on Wednesday 26 to Thursday 27 November targeted at the senior official, school...

Minister upbeat during science week launch

Science and Technology Minister Naledi Pandor. Picture: Owen Kock

Technology improves learner’s life

Bennie Keyser (iStore manager), Lucky Tsatsane (teacher at Martie du Plessis), Francois van Heerden (headmaster), Tokelo Moeketsi and Nicholas Gregory (iStore Business consultant) after Moeketsi received his brand new iPad. PHOTO: LEE KHOTLELE

Latest technology for library users

Phase two of the library renovations

CUT to spend over R15-million on bursaries

More than R15-million has been set aside for bursaries for deserving students pursuing Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) programmes at the Central University of Technology.