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Monthly Archives: October, 2017

Blade Nzimande fired in latest cabinet reshuffle

In another not-so-surprising overnight cabinet reshuffle, President Jacob Zuma has fired the Minister of Higher Education and Training, Blade Nzimande. Nzimande was replaced by...

Girl learner allegedly raped by older schoolboy in Benoni

Bonile Khanyi Another school in Gauteng has been rocked by sexual assault claims -- this time in Benoni.  The Gauteng Department of Education (GDE) has...

“This was all a witch-hunt” – a teacher from Klipspruit West Secondary School

Thabo Mohlala So racially toxic was the situation at Klipspruit West Secondary School that a learner took his own life after a heated altercation with...

Kago Moeng didn’t die immediately says Busisiwe Seabe

Bonile Khanyi The 19-year-old student who allegedly died from suicide in Braamfontein did not die on impact. This is according to student activist Busisiwe...

Youth unemployment keeps rising because industry, tertiary institutions and government work separately

Thabo Mohlala Lack of collaboration between industry and tertiary institutions, as well as, the failure of the government to incentivise business to offer apprenticeships to...

Panyaza Lesufi: We must never get tired of fighting racism

Thabo Mohlala Gauteng education MEC, Panyaza Lesufi, and his senior officials were grilled yesterday during the third day of the hearing into racism in Eldorado...

Well done on gender transformation UJ, work harder on race now

Bonile Khanyi The Commission for Gender Equality found that females occupy at least 48% of senior management positions at the University of Johannesburg (UJ). This...

They call our children “coloured bastards” — Klipspruit West Secondary School former SGB member

Thabo Mohlala The problems underlying the disruption of teaching and learning at the beleaguered Klipspruit West Secondary School go deeper than what they seem on...

Learners who don’t return tablets and textbooks could face criminal charges

Bonile Khanyi Learners who refuse to return textbooks and tablets that were issued by the Gauteng Education Department may face criminal charges. Gauteng MEC of...

This is why CPUT students are protesting

Bonile Khanyi Protesters at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT) are calling on the university’s management to lift the suspension of four students. On...

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