Following violent protests at several universities across the country, Higher Education Minister Blade Nzimande’s spokesperson says the minister will address issues raised by students on social media next week.
Teachers in Malawi have served the government with an ultimatum over salary adjustments, a report says.
The state wants students to be beggars because it doesn’t want to give them a free education, a Wits EFF leader says, adding that they will “continue to fight”.
Anglican maths teachers in KwaZulu-Natal have responded to a challenge for churches to become involved in education and are conducting free workshops for teachers from all churches and faiths.
Security will be tightened when the University of Pretoria reopens its campuses next week, Vice Chancellor Cheryl de la Rey says.
Parents need to be part of the solution for problems facing tertiary institutions, instead of condoning protests, Higher Education Minister Blade Nzimande says.
The report on the alleged selling of teachers’ posts has been finalised and will be made public next month, the basic education department says.
Every pupil at The Wykeham Collegiate was on hand on Wednesday morning to welcome a team of 11 girls and the co-ordinator of TWC Adventure Sport, Les Willows, back to Pietermaritzburg after a holiday-long cycle tour from Cape Town.
Academics at Zambia’s Copperbelt University have slammed the government for inadequate management of universities, a report says.
The Gauteng school admissions website has finally gone live after most of its bugs and glitches were fixed, Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi says.
Gauteng’s education MEC, Panyaza Lesufi, has urged parents of children starting grades 1 and 8 to register early, and online if they have access to the internet, for the 2017 school year.
An aspiring LLB student at the University of Free State says his sleepless nights at the Bloemfontein taxi rank are finally paying off.
The ongoing university protests in the country, accompanied by a rolling set of demands, are making it difficult for institutions to carry on with academics, University of Pretoria vice chancellor, Professor Cheryl De la Rey says.
A KwaZulu-Natal mother is to attend a graduation ceremony in her son’s place after he died suddenly three months ago.
The provincial government has shot down allegations by an opposition party that KwaZulu-Natal schools currently have well over two million ghost pupils.
For a second day in a row, a group of students of all races at the University of Pretoria have raised their hands in prayer and called on God to bring an end to ongoing protests on campus.
One in every five bombers used by Boko Haram in the past two years has been a child, a report by UNICEF says.
Former Constitutional Court Judge Yvonne Mokgoro – with the chief executives of the Nelson Mandela and Ahmed Kathrada foundations – is spearheading a search for solutions to the violence at universities.
Donovan Botha has achieved a first: he has become the first-ever visually impaired student to not only study at the department of visual communication at TUT, but complete a diploma in the subject.