Wed Sep 28 07:09:10 CAT 2016
Pretoria Boys High School building. Picture Credit: Pretoria Boys High School
Here are the 5 most popular schools in Gauteng

The most popular schools for parents trying to get their children admitted in Grade 1 and Grade 8 ne.

Taking the youth back to their roots

When Nomcebo Mthembu realised that social ills, including illiteracy and disrespect, were leading young people astray, she established an organisation to help the youth go back to their roots. [3] comments

Mixed race children celebrate their ‘cultural cocktail’ heritage

Food‚ language and tradition of diverse cultures are the essence of the heritage of children born from multiracial families.

Bullying at school: 'children can redirect insults to their advantage”

French therapist and author Emmanuelle Piquet sees some 2,000 children each year who are victims of bullying at school. Ten years ago, she founded France's Chagrin Scolaire centers, which work to help children face up to bullies and deal with schoolyard confrontation. Kids learn defense strategies in a course of three sessions, based on role-play activities. [0] comments

UJ welcomes government’s subsidy of 2017 university fees

The University of Johannesburg (UJ) has welcomed the announcement by Minister of Higher Education and Training Blade Nzimande that government will subsidise poor‚ working and missing middle university students‚ by providing the funding to cover fee adjustments for 2017. [3] comments

Science genius flies into space

Going into space is only a dream for most people, but for Stuart Ntlathi it may come true. [0] comments

Vuwani school aims for 95% pass

A Limpopo high school which was gutted during unrest in the Vuwani area near Thohoyandou is aiming for a 95% matric pass rate for this year. [6] comments

Vuwani schools will be ready for final exams: Motshekga

School bully study shows harm of violence at home

Schools are obliged to protect pupils from psychological pain: SAHRC enters hair fray

University of Johannesburg’s passion for students