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Oct 8, 2015

Pupils Speak Out: Jo’burg libraries not easy to navigate

By David Banza

This article is part of a weekly series of comment pieces written by South African pupils about the problems they encounter in their schools. The series offers pupils a chance to be part of the debate about South Africa’s education system.


Sep 16, 2015

Pupils Speak Out: Resources and pupil behaviour

By Various Pupils

The article you are about to read is part of a weekly series of comment pieces written by South African pupils about the problems they encounter in their schools. The series offers pupils a chance to be part of the debate about South Africa’s education system.This piece is part of a three-part series of summaries of discussions Gauteng pupils had about race-related issues at their schools. At the time of writing, the pupils were participants in a writing workshop hosted by Media Monitoring Africa. 


Sep 9, 2015

Pupils Speak Out: Rich and poor schools

By Various Pupils

The article you are about to read is part of a weekly series of comment pieces written by South African pupils about the problems they encounter in their schools. The series offers pupils a chance to be part of the debate about South Africa’s education system. This piece is part of a three-part series of summaries of discussions pupils had about race-related issues at their schools. At the time of writing, the pupils were participants in a writing workshop hosted by Media Monitoring Africa's Children's News Agency. 


Aug 13, 2015

Pupils Speak Out: Rich schools should share resources with poorer schools

By Various Pupils

The article you are about to read is part of a weekly series of comment pieces written by South African pupils about the problems they encounter in their schools. The series offers pupils a chance to be part of the debate about South Africa’s education system. This piece is part of a three-part series of summaries of discussions pupils had about race-related issues at their schools. At the time of writing, the pupils were participants in a writing workshop hosted by Media Monitoring Africa's Children's News Agency. 


Nov 27, 2014

Pupils Speak Out: It’s not only pupils at no-fee schools that need feeding scheme

By Anonymous

In this week's edition of our collaboration with the Mail & Guardian, child journalists from MMA's Children's News Agency focus on the need for reliable feeding schemes for children - including those in fee-paying schools - who often go to school hungry.