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18 February 2016, 08:56am
How to survive student drinking
How to survive student drinking

Students and scholars face pressure to drink and be part of the 'in crowd'. Here's how to cope...

17 February 2016, 08:23am
Deworming project begins at schools
Deworming project begins at schools

The National School Deworming Programme was launched countrywide at Zimasa Primary School in Langa.

16 February 2016, 08:55am
Touch and smell the roses
Touch and smell the roses

A 'touch-and-feel' garden at the Athlone School for the Blind gives blind children an opportunity smell and touch flowers.

15 February 2016, 6:00pm
Author’s cross cultural appeal is child’s play
Author’s cross cultural appeal is child’s play

Currently wrapping up her SA book tour, English author Julia Donaldson is familiar with our languages, writes Theresa Smith.

10 February 2016, 8:00pm
Oh no Katie! Not the straightener
Oh no Katie! Not the straightener

Reality TV star Katie Price has faced a backlash on social media after she used a straightener on her eight-year-old daughter's hair.

10 February 2016, 08:23am
Apply for school by March 11 - or lose out
Apply for school by March 11 - or lose out

The Western Cape Education Department has been distributing pamphlets to schools, warning parents to enrol their children early.

9 February 2016, 08:12am
Making the connection with heroes
Making the connection with heroes

The plight of children in care and their role in literature has inspired an exhibition at London's Foundling Museum, writes Etan Smallman.

8 February 2016, 08:52am
Uber to cater for young children
Uber to cater for young children

Uberfamily started with their trials sessions to test a new service aimed at riders travelling with children under the age of three.

4 February 2016, 07:40am
School opens doors to blind
School opens doors to blind

A Cape Town school's accommodation of a visually impaired pupil has immensely boosted a campaign to integrate the blind into society.