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Student protests at UKZN & Wits gain momentum

Odwa Mjo Students at the University of KwaZulu-Natal and Wits have embarked on a second day of protests, demanding that classes be halted until financial...

University disruptions could see some never getting their degrees: Pandor

Naledi Shange  Higher education minister Naledi Pandor on Monday expressed concern at the disruptions reported at several KwaZulu-Natal institutions of higher learning. The students’ concerns are...

A solution to the Western Cape veld fires

Moipone Malefane The Western Cape veld and informal settlements fires could soon be a thing of the past. This is according to Science and Technology Minister...

Spinach muffins create employment for township youth

GCIS VUK'UZENZELE  Youngsters from Lamontville in KwaZulu-Natal are growing a brighter future for their community by producing spinach muffins. Youth Empowerment RMS director Sphelele Memela (26)...

EFF promises free education, higher social grants and 50% of land owned by women and youth

Zingisa Mvumvu Under an EFF government, 50% of the land would be owned by the youth and women while at least half of the country’s...

Hoërskool Driehoek still shut after bridge collapse

Penwell  Dlamini Another pupil has died in hospital following a tragic incident of a walkway bridge collapsing on top of pupils at the Hoërskool Driehoek...

PICS: #HoërskoolDriehoek shut down after fatal collapse

Thembehlile Mkhonza  The Gauteng Department of Education on Friday said the Hoërskool Driehoek in Vanderbijl Park where a walkway collapsed killing three pupils and injuring more...

UPDATE: Three killed, 23 injured in #HoërskoolDriehoek walkway collapse

Khanyisile Ngcobo As Vanderbijlpark residents reel from a deadly structural collapse that occurred at a high school in the area, the Gauteng Department of Education...

New Mfuleni primary school site identified for pupils with no classes

Okuhle Hlati  The Western Cape Education Department (WCED) and the City have identified a site for a new primary school to house hundreds of Mfuleni...

‘Bring it on!’: Lesufi stands firm after Vodacom cease-and-desist order

Naledi Shange Lawyers for Vodacom have served Gauteng education MEC Panyaza Lesufi with a cease-and-desist document‚ warning him to stop commenting on its ongoing battle...
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