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Pandor: Private sector can pay for post-graduates

Tamar Kahn Higher Education and Training minister Naledi Pandor on Thursday conceded the government’s new free higher education policy had not made provision for post-graduate...

Senzo Meyiwa Commemoration Games launched in honor of the slain Bafana captain

Bongani Mthethwa Slain Bafana Bafana and Orlando Pirates captain Senzo Meyiwa’s father has recounted how he got a chilling telephone call that his son had...

Free higher education an opportunity for change and empowerment – Pandor

Jan Gerber Fully subsidised bursaries for students from poor and working-class backgrounds present an opportunity for all South African universities and colleges to be at...

Why do so many South Africans die of TB?

Ashleigh Furlong Listeriosis has killed about 200 people since January last year. In the past six months, the outbreak has generated many headlines. There was a huge...

Eight years for striking one match

Bongekile Macupe  Khaya Cekeshe badly wanted to study law at the University of the Witwatersrand but his parents couldn’t afford the fees. After doing one year...

State of the art library to open in Dunoon

Annie Cebulski A R39.3-million three-storey library is set to open this year in Dunoon. The service is much needed. Schools in the area, such as Inkwenkwezi Secondary...

Parents stop teaching at primary school after allegations of corporal punishment

Zimbili Vilakazi   Teaching was disrupted on Monday at Zamokuhle Primary School in D Section, KwaMashu, Durban, after angry parents locked the school gate. The...

UCT to become ‘unapologetically African’ under new vice-chancellor

Tshego Lepule The incoming vice-chancellor of the University of Cape Town (UCT), Mamokgethi Phakeng, is on a mission to ensure that the institution realises the...

Kenya: lecturers resume work amid crackdown by universities

Ouma Wanzala A number of lecturers have started to resume work although at a slow pace as universities crack down on those who are defiant. At...

Zimbabwe: teachers reject government pay-hike offer

Anna Chibamu It was business as usual at most urban and rural government schools on the second day of the new school term this week. This...
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All Matriculants Set To Rewrite Maths and Physical Science Exams After ‘Scandalous’ Leaks – Motshekga

NYAKALLO TEFUBASIC Education Minister Angie Motshekga announced on Friday that all matriculants will have to rewrite Maths and Physical Science papers after...

Man Appears In Court Over Matric Exam Leak

NYAKALLO TEFUTHEMBA Daniel Shikwambana has appeared in court in connection with the leaking of one of the National Senior Certificate (NSC) examination...

What Complexity Theory Can Teach Leaders Of South African Universities Today

UNIVERSITIES are complex, dynamic organisations which must adapt in ways that aren’t always planned or predicted. For some university leaders, such challenges...

Government’s Progression Policy For Grade 4 & 9 Learners Given Thumbs Up By Teachers’ Unions, Education Experts

NYAKALLO TEFU TEACHERS’ unions and education experts have welcomed the government’s decision to give learners in Grade 4 and...

Over 40 000 Grades 1 and 8 Learners Still Not Placed In Gauteng Schools: Lesufi

NYAKALLO TEFU GAUTENG MEC of Education, Panyaza Lesufi, says over 40 000 online applicants for Grade 1 and Grade 8...
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