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As more and more schools ditch paper and move their classes onto a digital platform, the choice of what device to bring into school...
Gauteng's Department of Basic Education needs additional funds over and above the current budgeted amount.
The Gauteng Department of Education aims to have paperless classrooms in schools across Gauteng by 2018.
Even thought the theft is a setback, the department is committed to delivering on its goals.
The same service provider involved in the 2012 scandal is providing elearning material for Gauteng schools.
Tablets and interactive boards are being distributed across 375 high schools in the Gauteng township.
Gauteng educators told us about some of the highs and lows they've encountered so far after going digital.
The department has allocated a total of R800 million for the 2015/16 financial year for projects such as the paperless classrooms.
Seven schools around Gauteng will officially be known as the first paperless classrooms from tomorrow.
Plans to recover the tablets have not been made public yet.
Parliament's Portfolio Committee on Telecommunications and Postal Services will be visiting Gauteng and Mpumalanga this week.
Grade 11 learners in no-fee paying township schools across Gauteng will have to wait a bit longer to receive their free tablets this year.
Tabtor is a math tutoring app that wants to change how teachers teach, we spoke to the company's founder Raj Valli about how he plans to do that.
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