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Coronavirus Chronicles Social and Justice issues

Covid-19 has not dampened a young girl’s joyous spirit

We managed to end apartheid and survived HIV and AIDS. What will stop us from overcoming Covid-19? asks 12-year-old, Iviwe Blaai, a Grade 7 learner at Ithuba Wild Coast Community

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What future do we want post Covid-19?

After the Covid-19 pandemic, will everything return to how it was before – or will we change how we live in the future? Will we realise the need to make

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Written from the heart: Wild Coast learners document their hopes and fears

Amid the invisible threat of Covid-19, a series of writing competitions looks set to spark creative spirit among learners missing out on classes. William Western reports. 12-year-old Wild Coast lad

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Art of the matter:
Poignant prose from lockdown pupils

Eager to get back to their books, primary school pupils from a standout Wild Coast school have been writing about lockdown life in their cash-strapped village, writes Rachel Moore.

Coronavirus Chronicles Social and Justice issues The Future We Want

Pandemic punishes but powers school digital switch

South Africa’s basic education system is subpar. Fixing it has proven hard to do, but the country’s response to coronavirus offers hope and some pointers for the future, writes Dr

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Wildlife summit targets young

Two-hundred young people, community leaders and educators will meet this month to learn how they can help save Africa’s natural treasures. Mlu Mdletshe reports.

Ithuba Social and Justice issues

An oasis of hope:
Wild Coast school helps
break cycle of violence and poverty

In an impoverished community, a well-run school breaks the cycle of violence and poverty, reports Mlu Mdletshe

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No drips at winning South Coast school

Water Explorer, a fun, online educational programme, has drawn diverse entries from far afield and the winner is…

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Sneak beak: A birdwatcher’s story

IT’S the things we learn as children that often shape who we become as adults.