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Classes at all DUT’s Durban campuses suspended amid fresh protests

Staff Reporter The academic programme at the Durban University of Technology (DUT) has been suspended until further notice, the institution's vice chancellor, professor Thandwa Mthembu,...

Hoërskool Driehoek tragedy fears shut down Ennerdale school

Lerato Selepe The fear of what happened at Hoërskool Driehoek repeating itself has resulted in teaching not taking place for the past three weeks at Ennerdale secondary...

PPF says ‘chronic ailments’ at NSFAS must be addressed

Staff Reporter The Progressive Professionals Forum (PPF) in the Western Cape on Monday said it would like to see serious steps being undertaken to address...

NSFAS Students urged to sign ‘Acknowledgement of Debt’ forms before registration

Ahmed Kajee  The Department of Higher Education says returning students who have qualified for National Student Financial Aid Scheme(NSFAS) funding should sign acknowledgements of debt before being allowed to...

We need to end violence in schools, says Sadtu

Mpumi Kiva Deputy Minister of Basic Education Enver Surty will on Monday address hundreds of SA Democratic Teachers Union (Sadtu) members after concerns about violence...

EFF students vow to ‘deal decisively’ with those attending DUT lectures

Staff Reporter Economic Freedom Fighters’ (EFF) student leaders at Durban University of Technology (DUT) are expected to lead a march through the city centre on...

Korean Sh10bn Konza university to open in 2021

James Kariuki  South Korea will spend Sh10 billion to set up Kenya’s first graduates-only information technology university on a 22-acre plot at Konza Technopolis,...

eThekwini to host international mathematics competition

Staff Reporter The eThekwini Municipality is set to host an international mathematics competition which will see about 600 children from 35 countries from around the...

Mindset must change – economist

Mphathi Nxumalo An economist has warned that while the number of people employed has increased, South Africans still need a mindset change in seeking employment. Professor...

Anger as Valley Primary School ‘sex pest’ granted bail

James Mahlokwane Gauteng MEC for Education Panyaza Lesufi and parents of pupils who were allegedly sexually assaulted by an educator at Valhalla Primary School were...
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COSAS Threatens To Render Private Schools ‘Ungovernable’

SANDILE MOTHA THE Congress of South African Students has vowed to make private schools ungovernable should they remain open...

Mainstreaming Inclusive Education In South Africa

THE global pandemic has thrust many sectors into turmoil as nationwide lockdowns have been implemented globally. In South Africa, one sector that...

Angie Motshekga Admits Over 4 000 South African Public Schools Still Use Pit Latrines

Only 68 out of 4 000 pit latrines at public schools in South Africa have been fixed, according to Basic Education Minister Angie...
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