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TVET Pietermaritzburg college campuses shut down

Nompendulo Ngubane    Last week, students barricaded Burger Street, in Pietermaritzburg with rocks and burning tyres, demanding that the college pay their accommodation fees from the...

Gauteng 2019 online registration system for public schools goes live

Inside Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi launched the 2019 Online Learner admissions registrations for grades 1 and 8 on Monday at 8am. Gauteng department of education will...

A more flexible curriculum approach can support student success

Delia Marshall Financial access is extremely important for poor and working class students wanting to get a foot in the door at universities. But on...

How inequality affects sports demographics in SA

Mosibodi Whitehead South Africa’s sport industry suffers great inequalities. Just like the greater South Africa, the sports budgets of the “haves” by far outstrip those...

Safe transport arrives at two KZN schools following court order

Bongekile Macupe Pupils in Nquthu finally have transport to and from school, a year after advocacy group Equal Education took the KwaZulu-Natal department of education...

UCT to rename building after Chris Hani

Iavan Pijoos The University of Cape Town (UCT) is expected to honour struggle icon Chris Hani by naming one of its buildings after him. The New...

Gauteng government bypasses laws to build school

Yoliswa Sobuwa A multi-million rand Gauteng school for children with special needs was built illegally, bypassing town planning and building bylaws. This, Sowetan has established, is...

Kenya signs law on free sanitary towels for schoolgirls

Lynet Igadwah Schoolgirls who have reached puberty will now receive free sanitary towels from the government, a new law aimed at minimising absenteeism and putting...

Website developed to buy and sell second-hand textbooks

Chulumanco Mahamba and Zamayirha Peter  A University of Pretoria student created a website that allows fellow students from all South African universities to buy and sell second-hand...

Theft in schools has reached crisis levels

Sipho Mabena The theft of electronic gadgets and feeding scheme groceries has reached crisis levels, according to the department of basic education. Last week thieves broke...
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