Pretoria & Delhi Cement Higher Education Ties During Deputy Minister Manamela’s...

South Africa's Deputy Minister for Higher Education, Buti Manamela, has secured agreement on high-level research cooperation, including mutual recognition of various academic...

Department condemns ‘skinny pants’ protest at Pretoria West High School, but...

Thabo Mohlala Gauteng Education Department and parents should tread carefully when dealing with the issue of school uniform, said Basil Manuel, president of the National...

President Ramaphosa Reportedly ‘Very Happy’ With 2019 Matric Results

Lucas LedwabaPresident Cyril Ramaphosa is reportedly pleased with the outcome of the 2019 matric results after being briefed by Minister of Basic...

Protesting Fort Hare students vow to intensify disruption of classes

Bonile Khanyi The University of Fort Hare will secure an urgent court interdict to prohibit some of its students from causing more disruptions on the...

Ditch The Double Standards

Concrete steps need to be taken to create awareness and monitor the implementation of a new international code aimed at stamping out...

DASO celebrates SRC elections at University of Pretoria

Thabo Mohlala The Democratic Alliance Student Organisation was bullish that its recent win of the Student Representative Council election in the University of Pretoria (UP)...

Zimbabwe is mooting a law to address concerns of moral decline...

Staff Reporter Harare – Teachers’ unions have very different legal positions on the mooted Teachers Profession Council (TPC), with the Progressive Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (PTUZ)...

Mpumalanga & KZN Pupils More Likely To Be Victims Of Sexual...

Against a backdrop of increasing incidents of sexual violence in South Africans schools – perpetrated by both learners and educators – the Commission...

The Fourth Industrial Revolution Risks Leaving Women Behind

Rachel Adams, Human Sciences Research Council The Fourth Industrial Revolution is, ostensibly, upon us. The term was coined in...

Celebrating Our Heritage Through Indigenous Languages

As South Africa marks Heritage Month this September, government will host a number of activities to give citizens an opportunity to embrace...

Curro still on the hunt for acquisitions before year-end

16 August 2017 Private-schools group Curro Holdings, which is in the throes of spinning off its fledgling tertiary interests into a separate listing, could still...

Youth Unemployment – Aluta Continua!

As South Africa celebrates Youth Month, the country’s youth unemployment rates are now considered to be chronic. The latest figures show that...

‘We Are Ready’ For 2020 Academic Year – KZN Education Department

The KwaZulu-Natal Education Department has stated it's readiness to welcome 2.8-million pupils for the 2020 academic year which begins Wednesday, saying the...
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DHE Says Calls For National Shutdown Of Universities Is ‘Unfortunate’ After...

The Department of Higher Education says the call for a national shutdown of universities by the South African Union of Students (SAUS) to...

DBE Says Contingency Plans In Place As Eskom Warned Not To...

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

South African Teens Complete Cape-to-Cairo Mission In Self-Assembled Plane

An aircraft built and piloted by South African teenagers has successfully touched down in Egypt three weeks after it set off from...
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Education MEC Lesufi To Visit Areas Which Have Reached Placement Capacity

With some 9,000 children still unplaced for the 2020 financial year, Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi is to tour various areas this week to...

‘Hard Work Beats Talent’ Vodacom Brand And Marketing Head Tells 2019...

Vodacom's managing executive for Brand Marketing and Communications, told a ministerial breakfast honouring 30 high achievers of the class of 2019 that...

NSFAS Staffers Arrested On Fraud Charges

The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) says three of its employees have been arrested following allegations of fraud relating to student...