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Making tax work for girls’ education: How and why governments can reduce tax incentives to invest more in girls’ education.
30th January 2018 We are launching these documents at the Global Partnership for Education replenishment meeting in Senegal in February 2018. The Global Partnership... →
6th November 2017 African countries have worked hard to improve children’s access to basic education, but there’s still significant work to be done. Today, 32,6... →
26th October 2017 This report follows up the first Generation 2030 Africa report, published in August 2014, which outlined pivotal changes in Africa’s child... →
12th September 2017 Parliament’s Portfolio Committee on Basic Education today received a briefing on the intervention plan to support Vuwani schools in Limpopo in... →
30th May 2017 We wish to thank the chairperson and members of the committee for convening this meeting. Equally, we express our appreciation to the members of... →
8th May 2017 South Africa’s governing party, the African National Congress, is adopting a dangerous political approach used in failing states like Algeria,... →
16th February 2017 SADTU has noted, with concern, the remarks by DA leader, Mmusi Maimane in his response to the State of the Nation Address on the 14th of February... →
UDM: Bantu Holomisa: Address by UDM Leader, during the debate on the State of the Nation Address, Parliament (14/02/2017)
15th February 2017 As we enter the 23rd year of our democracy, we see a rise in the levels of anxiety and anger among citizens, with anarchy knocking at our door. →