SA’s FIRST ONLINE LIVE STREAMING TUTORING PLATFORM

JustLearn.me is a brand new online platform that allows students and tutors to interact with one another from the comfort and safety of their own homes or preferred environments. This groundbreaking initiative, a first of its kind in South Africa, pushes the boundaries of education by making access to learning easy, safe and convenient for students all across the country. Uviwe Faku, a young black … Continue reading SA’s FIRST ONLINE LIVE STREAMING TUTORING PLATFORM

ALEX’S MATHS EDUCATION IMPROVED

Warwick facilitators at Minerva Secondary School. In helping to advance school-level mathematics education, Experian South Africa and United Kingdom-based have joined forces to participate in Warwick in Africa, a six-week mathematics programme aimed at improving learners’ skills. The initiative is currently underway at secondary schools across the country, including in the Alexandra (Minerva Secondary) and Soweto townships, in Johannesburg. According to Experian South Africa, mathematics … Continue reading ALEX’S MATHS EDUCATION IMPROVED

IPHUTENG’S FAREWELL TO RAMODIKE

By: Pioneer Correspondent An emotional farewell ceremony for foundation phase educator, brought tears to fellow colleagues and learners at an institution she has been affiliated with for 22 years. On 31st October, Mathematics educator for the foundation phase at Iphuteng, Miss Modulane Maria Ramodike was honored with an emotional farewell ceremony, to share some of the legacies she leaves behind at Iphuteng Primary School, 17th … Continue reading IPHUTENG’S FAREWELL TO RAMODIKE

CJC STUDENTS ON A RAMPAGE GALLERY

By:  William Serumula Students went on strike on the morning of 26 and 27 January 2015; at Central Johannesburg College Alexandra Campus, which lead to a temporary closure of the institution. The police to fired teargas cans to disperse protesters and 76 students were arrested – and charged with public disorder. Click here for full story. This story was originally published in February, 2015.  Continue reading CJC STUDENTS ON A RAMPAGE GALLERY

CJC STUDENTS ON A RAMPAGE

By William Serumula Students went on strike on the morning of 26 and 27 January 2015; at Central Johannesburg College Alexandra Campus, which lead to a temporary closure of the institution. The police to fired teargas cans to disperse protesters and 76 students were arrested – and charged with public disorder. Student Representative Council Suzan Banda told Alex Pioneer that students drafted a memorandum of … Continue reading CJC STUDENTS ON A RAMPAGE

ARP RESPONDS TO ALEX

As ARP we are looking forward to another year of improved interaction and communication with our community.  It is therefore befitting that we start the year by attending to questions and concerns raised by residents in our different communication tools.  Government always appreciates hearing from the people it services and it is our pleasure and responsibility to listen and be accountable in our quest to … Continue reading ARP RESPONDS TO ALEX

BANELE: THE DIRECTOR OF COLOUR

By: Welcome Moyo – Instagram: @welcome_moyo Banele P. Mtebele is a talented Alexandrian who has tapped into his love for film making and storytelling to create a company called Kala/Mine Productions. Although being an entrepreneur in the arts poses greater risks and challenges, Mtebele proves that it can be done. Here’s more on who he is and how he does it. Where were you born … Continue reading BANELE: THE DIRECTOR OF COLOUR