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SA Principals Back From China Study Tour

Twenty-five South African school principals, who spent two weeks in China to broaden understanding of the work by educational leaders at a global level,...

NSFAS Puts Contingency Measures In Place Amid Strike

The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) says the strike action set to get underway today will not affect funding applications for next year. “The...

Matthew Goniwe: Celebrating the Legacy

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Police Minister Announces Task Team To Tackle University Safety

Police Minister Bheki Cele, university vice-chancellors and the Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority (PSiRA) have established a task team to ramp up safety on...

DBE Averts Matric Exam Disruption In North West

The Department of Basic Education (DBE) say the 275 matric exam candidates, who had their sitting disrupted by community protests in the North West,...

Higher Education Committee Probes Why National Skills Fund Has Two Acting CFOs

Parliament's Portfolio Committee on Higher Education has expressed alarm that the National Skills Fund (NSF) has appointed two acting Chief Financial Officers, while the...

SA School PrincipalS China Study Tour ‘Beneficial To All’ – DBE

SHANGHAI - This week marks the beginning of the second week of the study tour to China involving 25 school principals from South Africa.It...

Load Shedding Disrupt Matric Exams

Department of Basic Education spokesperson, Elijah Mhlanga, says areas mostly affected by load shedding on Wednesday were in Gauteng, KwaZulu- Natal and the Western...

DBE Says Contingency Plans In Place As Eskom Warned Not To Use Rolling Blackouts As Bargaining Tool For More Money

The Department of Basic Education (DBE) says Eskom’s power cut announcement is "extremely unfortunate" as it coincides with the start of the matric exams. Speaking...

Grand Affirmation For the Man ‘Who Loved To Affirm People’ – Matthew Goniwe Memorial Lecture To Take In National Teacher Awards

Anti-apartheid activist Matthew Goniwe, who was also a teacher, principal, community leader and one of the so-called ‘Cradock Four’ murdered by apartheid security forces,...
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