17.6.2020 10:00 am
As South Africa commemorates youth month we are made aware of the number of racist attacks across the world.
While the world chants Black Lives Matter, here in SA this cause has been alight since the days of apartheid. June 16th is a day when South Africans commemorate the Soweto uprising. But it should not be like all other public holidays that are often just used as a day to get out of work or a day to have a braai with friends.
The teacher from Pinnacle college in Kyalami has now expressed remorse for saying this ‘silly thing’ during an online conference.
The Covid-19 lockdown has seen homeschooling become the norm, much to the distress of many parents.
Kids are not immune to being affected by what’s going on around them.
Under alert level three, religious leaders will also be considered essential service workers.
Myka Stauffer and her husband say that their adoptive child had many health issues they were not made aware of.
This family is serving their community by 3D printing face masks to protect against the coronavirus.
‘I am so overwhelmed with the kids and still have to do my work remotely. So unfortunately my helper is still with us but because she lives close to our house… ‘
The former vice-chancellor and rector wants government to be clearer on how are they helping the poorest in SA during school shutdowns, especially with how children will be fed.
Death in the black communities remains a taboo, but this does not help children’s ability to know and navigate death and grief
Kids are not colour blind. This is a lie parents tell themselves to avoid race conversations
Sweet animated film about a father learning how to do his daughter’s hair for the first time has stolen hearts
One father is under fire for verbally attacking a Latino dad at a school meeting.
The 18-year-old says he hoped his school would be open to learning about new cultures.