Education Indaba

THE VOICE OF THE CAPE  |  Podcast , ±26 min episodes every 1 week, 1 day  | 
Anything and everything to do with education whether it be debates, uplifting and being a support to educators and parents and looking at the labour issues that South African teachers are faced with is the aim of this show. Provincial Executive Officer of Naptosa, Riedwaan Ahmad is the host of the show and has a very good insight into the education system.

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22
JUL
2018

TETA Bursary Window Now Open

The Transport Education Training Authority has open a bursary application process to students studying or intending to study in the sector

The closing date for submissions is Monday, 30 July 2018 and funding provided will cover studies for the 2019 academic year.

Joining us online is Mr Sabelo Mbuku, Acting Corporate Service Manager
22
JUL
2018

Paper Video gives Grade 10 learners free access to online resources

South African student in need of academic support can now access an online portal called Paper Video. The educational platform is making free resources available to Grade 10 learners providing a full year's worth of worksheets and comprehensive video lessons in Maths and Science

Joining us online is Paul Maree, Director of Paper Video
18
MAR
2018

Impact of community involvement during SGB Elections

In order for a school to function optimally, it would require a good team of who are capable of managing all operation of the school. This includes a functioning School Governing Body who is able to make important decisions for the well-being of the school community. The importance of the statutory body is often overlooked and is usually evident when there is a call for parents to participate in SGB elections

Tonight we unpack why there is a need to educate the boarder public especially parents about the upcoming SGB elections and how parents can actively get involved.

Joining us online is Ronald Menoe, Deputy Detector of Corruption Watch and in-studio we have Noel Isaacs, Chairperson ELRC Western Cape Chamber (11th year elected as chairperson) and the principal at Floreat Primary School in Steenberg.

Guest: Ronald Menoe
Position: Deputy Detector of Corruption Watch


Guest: Noel Isaacs
Position: Chairperson ELRC Western Cape Chamber (11th year elected as chairperson) and the principal at Floreat Primary School in Steenberg.
18
MAR
2018

Impact of community involvement during SGB Elections part 2

In order for a school to function optimally, it would require a good team of who are capable of managing all operation of the school. This includes a functioning School Governing Body who is able to make important decisions for the well-being of the school community. The importance of the statutory body is often overlooked and is usually evident when there is a call for parents to participate in SGB elections

Tonight we unpack why there is a need to educate the boarder public especially parents about the upcoming SGB elections and how parents can actively get involved.

Joining us online is Ronald Menoe, Deputy Detector of Corruption Watch and in-studio we have Noel Isaacs, Chairperson ELRC Western Cape Chamber (11th year elected as chairperson) and the principal at Floreat Primary School in Steenberg.

Guest: Ronald Menoe
Position: Deputy Detector of Corruption Watch


Guest: Noel Isaacs
Position: Chairperson ELRC Western Cape Chamber (11th year elected as chairperson) and the principal at Floreat Primary School in Steenberg.
11
MAR
2018

Western Cape public schools receive more inclusive history resources

The curriculum of public schools in the Western Cape curriculum might soon be incorporating a more inclusive approach to South African history lesson.

This after the founder of the Ruben Richards Foundation, Dr Ruben Richards, recently donated more than 400 copies of his work (entitled “BASTAARDS or HUMANS – the unspoken heritage of coloured people (Vol 1)” to high Schools including his former school Heathfield High.

Joining us in-studio is Dr Ruben Richards

Guest: Dr Ruben Richards
Position: author and founder of the Ruben Richards Foundation

Focus: Insight on the research of the book, importance of making it available as a resource for school

Guest: Mr Wesley Neuman
Position: Acting Principal of Heathfield High School
11
MAR
2018

Women to Women youth initiative launched at Crystal High School

Last month Crystal Secondary School situated in Hanover Park, hosted an awareness programme facilitated by Women 2 Women a non-profit organisation. At the programme the organisation launched a empowerment project for female students

Joining us in-studio are some of the learners who signed up for the project

Guest: Yaseen Johaar
Position: chairman of Women to Women

Guest: Naboewiya Johaar
Position: from Women to Women

Guest: Zainab Davids
Position: learner at Crystal Senior Secondary

Guest: Amazon van deemen
Position: learner at Crystal Senior Secondary

Guest: Yusrah Nolan
Position: learner at Crystal Senior Secondary

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