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Teaching in freedom, empowering teachers” the cornerstone of education, says FEDSAS in celebration of World Teachers’ Day

This year’s celebration of World Teachers’ Day has “Teaching in freedom, empowering teachers” as theme, with the focus on the institutional autonomy and academic freedom of teachers. The United Nations celebrates the day internationally on 5 October but in South Africa this date falls in the school holiday. To ensure that teachers get the acknowledgement they deserve, the Federation of Governing Bodies of South African Schools (FEDSAS) celebrates World Teachers’ Day in South Africa on the first Friday of the fourth term. This year the date is 13 October. “Free and accesible education is the cornerstone of a successfull...

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YOUR COUNTRY NEEDS YOU – RIGHT NOW

The woman giving birth. The cancer patient. The man undergoing open heart surgery. The Easter weekend road accident victim.   All of these people – and those who love them – rely on one thing: blood donations. Their lives, their futures, are at stake. But South Africa’s blood stock is currently desperately low, and all of them are at risk.   “Our national blood supply is currently at just 1.6 days’ Group O stock, amounting to just over 1 500 units of O blood available around the country,” says Silungile Mlambo, national marketing manager for the South African National...

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Gedagte vir die week | Thought of the week

Happiness Is Your Choice

This is the day which the Lord has made; let us rejoice
and be glad in it.
 Psalm 118:24 NASB

It is a simple yet profound truth: happiness is a choice.
You don’t have to wait for everything to be perfect in your
family or with your business. You don’t have to forgo hap-
piness until you lose weight, break an unhealthy habit, or
accomplish all your goals. Happiness is your choice.

You might as well choose to be happy and enjoy your
life! When you do that, not only will you feel better, but
your faith will cause God to show up and work wonders.
To do so, you must learn to live in today, one day at a
time; better yet, make the most of this moment. It’s good
to set goals and make plans, but if you’re always living
in the future, you’re never really enjoying the present in
the way God wants us to.

Joel Osteen

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