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Chaos at Unisa registration as students demand answers

Goitsemang  Tlhabye University of South Africa (Unisa) management have urged patience and understanding, saying work towards resolving course accreditation woes and learner material issues were...

Students warned to beware of bogus institutions

James Mahlokwane Prospective students have been warned to look out for bogus institutions of higher learning amid a scramble to get spaces. The warning was issued...

Thousands of Grade 1 and 8 learners still waiting to be placed in schools

Mpiletso Motumi There  are still over 17000 learners who still need to be placed in Grade 1 and Grade 8 classes. Parents had until Monday to...

#MatricResults: Son of a street hawker becomes a top achiever

Staff Reporter East London's International Convention Centre was a scene of jubilation on Friday evening as the Eastern Cape education department honoured its 2018 matric...

WATCH: Khayelitsha private girls school centred around Pan Africanism

Staff Reporter Forty one years since the 1976 Soweto uprising, young people are changing the narrative around education in the townships by designing a system...

Forget the matric ballyhoo and focus on the real issues that need fixing

Mary Metcalfe Because the National Senior Certificate (NSC) results have great significance in the lives of individuals and families, SA celebrates the release of the...

Matric pass rate announcement is misleading fanfare, says Equal Education

Sisonke Mlamla The overall matric pass rate is a poor indicator of the health of the education system, and the national Department of Basic Education...

Gauteng MEC Panyaza Lesufi praised for matric pass rate

Charles Molele Gauteng Premier David Makhura has hailed the province’s rise to the top spot in the 2018 matric results as a reflection of massive...

2018 matric pass rate improves to 78.2%

Charles Molele South Africa's overall public schools matric pass rate for the Class of 2018 has improved by 3.1% from last year to 78.2%, Basic...

Minister Angie Motshekga announces the 2018 NSC #MatricResults

Staff Reporter Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga announced the results of the National Senior Certificate (NSC) examinations at a media briefing in Johannesburg. The minister's announcement...
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