Deaths Of 3 Mpumalanga Learners From Suspected Food Poisoning – DA...

The DA in Mpumalanga intends laying criminal charges against the Mpumalanga Education Department, including Education MEC Bonakele Majuba, following the deaths of...

‘Unacceptable Crime’ – Four School Children Shot Dead At Sudan Protest

The head of Sudan's ruling military council has said there must be "immediate accountability" over an incident in which at least four...

Fix SA Education & Wipe The Smile Off Verwoerd’s Face, Says...

Human rights group Amnesty International has launched an innovative, some would say emotional campaign, aimed at fixing South Africa's education system.

African ‘Education Systems Not Aligned To Needs Of Economies’ – Ramaphosa

President Ramaphosa has warned that the mismatch of skills and the needs of the market in Africa will grow with the onset...

Lesufi Says Over 250 000 Undocumented Learners Is Straining Gauteng Education...

Provincial schools are catering for more than 250,000 undocumented learners, says Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi. He was appearing before...

Eradicating Pit Latrines In Limpopo Schools Tops Education Department’s Priority List

Rolivhuwa Sadiki Limpopo’s Department of Education has prioritized the eradication of pit toilets during the coming financial year.

DBE & Japan Cement Maths Outcomes Initiative

Basic Education Minister, Angie Motshekga and the Ambassador of Japan, Norio Maruyama has cemented a partnership aimed at improving Mathematics learning outcomes...

Only 1 Day Left For Online Applications – GED

The Gauteng Education Department (GED) has warned parents that there is only one day left for for Grade 1 and Grade 8 online applications...

Inside Education Adopts Benoni Junior School In Memory Of Madiba On...

Inside Education has marked International Nelson Mandela Day, the annual international day in honour of South Africa's first democratically elected president, by...

Basic Education Minister Unveils 11 Focus Areas In Budget Speech

Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga says her department plans to enrol all South African children in a two-year compulsory Early Childhood Development...

No Magic Wand To End School Violence – Basic Education Minister

Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga says there's no magic wand to end violence in schools. Presenting her department's her...

Positive Parent-Teacher Partnerships

Teachers are often stuck with the challenging task of telling parents things they don’t want to hear. Telling...

#TALIS 2018 – What SA Teachers Are Saying

Results of the Teaching and Learning International Survey (Talis) which covers about 260,000 teachers in 15,000 schools across 48 countries and economies...

School Safety Is Premier’s Priority – Makhura at SOPA 2019

Gauteng Premier David Makhura has ordered Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi to produce annual primary school results, adding that school safety is a priority for his office.

Lesufi to move ECD from social development to education

Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi intends to prioritise Early Childhood Development Centres (ECD) in his second term, by moving them from the...

Education ‘not the key’ for unemployed youth – graduates

When Lerato Moleleki completed her public relations diploma two years ago, she thought she was going to walk into a job and realise her...

Education department distances itself from ‘masturbation’ article

The department of basic education has dismissed a recent media report that grade 4 learners would be taught about masturbation in schools, as being...

Lesufi: School online admissions for 2020 postponed

The Gauteng Education Department has postponed grade 1 and grade 8 School Online Admissions for 2020 following concerns...

South Africa’s main parties all have plans for education. What’s missing?

Since South Africa’s shift from apartheid to democracy in 1994 there have been many achievements in the education sector. These include establishing a single...

King slams politicians over public schools

Zulu King Goodwill Zwelithini has lambasted politicians who send their children to private schools while the poor are left to deal with problems at...