Aug 4, 2020

The Significance of Women’s Month Celebrations in 2020

From the 1st of August there has been a surge of messages from different forms of media about the celebration of National Women’s Month and National […]
Aug 1, 2020

THE DEPARTMENT OF BASIC EDUCATION RELEASES THE REVISED 2020 SCHOOL CALENDAR

Jul 30, 2020

Notice of AGM – Your Invitation to our First-ever Virtual AGM

  Dear MISA member,  WE HAVE PLEASURE IN INVITING YOU TO ATTEND OUR FIRST-EVER VIRTUAL MISA AGM This year, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, our AGM […]
Jul 29, 2020

‘Pandemic fatigue’ affects mental health

Tired of being cooped up, tired of being careful, tired of sanitising everything, tired of being scared, tired of the uncertainty, tired of hearing about and […]
Jul 27, 2020

Eliminating the stigma associated with COVID-19

You may have read or heard the joke about how “In 2020 one can’t cough without people thinking he/she has the Corona Virus.” You may have […]
Jul 21, 2020

Precautions for home quarantine

With the rise in COVID-19 infections, many families are finding themselves required to quarantine with a family member who is positive, as moving to a separate […]
Jul 20, 2020

Stress & Anxiety

We have had to adjust to different changes and transitions since the beginning of lockdown, and it has been a difficult task. South Africa has now […]
Jul 15, 2020

MISA eDATA July 2020

Jul 13, 2020

Supporting children through the return to Early Childhood Development Facilities

As more parents and caregivers return to work, there is an increasing need for Early Childhood Development Services (ECD) to resume operations. But the resumption of […]