• September 27th, 2020

Education

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Lukato sceptical about e-learning

Leader of the minority National Democratic Party (NDP) Martin Lukato has critiqued suggestions to use e-learning when schools and universities re-open after they were closed nationwide as part of a raft of state-sanctioned measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus.

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Book review: The Different Sibling

In her newly published book, The Different Sibling, the author Albertina Nakashole demonstrates how throughout the novel the main character, Oshaye Haikali, abbreviated as Oshah, is caught in identity crisis while searching for religious, social and economic emancipation.

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Ministry champions childhood literacy

GAINACHAS – Investing in early childhood development has the potential to yield great returns for the family and the child as an individual. This is according to gender equality and child welfare deputy minister Lucia Witbooi, who recently made the remarks while officiating at the Gainachas early childhood development centre (ECD) in the Berseba constituency of //Kharas region.  

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Steenkamp reaches out to Omaheke teachers

GOBABIS – Education ministry executive director Sanet Steenkamp has called on teachers in Omaheke region to invest their time in programmes that facilitate and impact learning, including teacher knowledge, skills, attitudes and the alignment of teaching methods.

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Education bill ‘fantastic’- Kandjii-Murangi

WINDHOEK- Minister of Higher Education, Training and Innovation Dr Itah Kandjii-Murangi has hailed the Basic Education Bill currently under discussion in parliament, saying if instituted and executed well, the Bill could evoke greater benefits from Namibia’s basic education system.