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Ebrahim Patel stresses importance of economic inclusion

Bonile Khanyi Minister of Economic Development Ebrahim Patel said South Africa must achieve a more inclusive economy as it is very critical to our country’s...

Calls for a recount shake up the ANC’s 54th elective conference

Thabo Mohlala A spanner has been thrown into the works at the ANC’s 54th elective conference following a dispute related to voters who were unaccounted for...

7 stand-out quotes from Gwede Mantashe’s last press briefing as SG

Inside Education Reporter Outgoing African National Congress (ANC) secretary-general Gwede Mantashe addressed journalists for the last time at the ANC National Conference in Nasrec on...

SA universities announce 8% fee increase

Thabo Mohlala Fee increases will not fall in 2018. All 26 universities in South Africa have, through their vice-chancellors, agreed to the inflationary income adjustment...

ANC Conference: Education, health, science and technology high on agenda

Bonile Khanyi Education, health, science and technology will be high on the agenda at the upcoming 54th African National Congress (ANC conference), which will be...

Rhodes University: Students were expelled for criminal activity, not protests

Bonile Khanyi Rhodes University has rubbished claims that it expelled two students for protesting against rape culture on campus. On Tuesday the hashtag #RhodesWar trended after two...

Marking of matric papers progressing well ahead of the Friday deadline

Thabo Mohlala Matric exam marking is going as planned and markers will meet the Friday deadline. This is according to the department of basic education’s spokesperson, Elijah...
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EXCLUSIVE: No place to bath for matrics locked up at school for exams

Busisiwe Gumede Every matric pass rate a school achieves is a result of hard-work, dedication and in some cases – extreme pressure placed on students...

Michael Komape case: Basic Education ignored calls to fix sanitation at schools

Chester Makana The basic education department lied to Section 27 when it was warned about the state of education in Limpopo, the advocacy group told the...
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