The Democratic Alliance (DA) has extended well wishes to matriculants for their final examinations that will begin on Monday.
Two national ministers have spoken out about sexual offences against women and children.
UMALUSI CEO Mafu Rakometsi has appealed to communities not to disrupt matric exams in order to get government’s attention about their service delivery issues.
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa announced a package of reforms on Thursday which he said would create 275,000 more jobs a year, in a bid to bring down sky-high unemployment and improve his own track record on the economy.
Police Minister Bheki Cele says institutions of learning should not become war zones.
The Peddie-based children’s right organisation, Khula Development Community Project has threatened to take legal action against the Eastern Cape Education Department if it drags its feet in investigating the latest murder incident at a public school.
Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga says her department will from next year allow students who failed some subjects to write supplementary exams in June instead of March. Motshekga says the new arrangement would also afford learners dual opportunity to achieve a National Senior Certificate. The minister says the March supplementary exams were not affording failed […]
Learners and teachers could not control their emotions during the morning devotion session at Ramotshere High School in North-West.
There are threats of a possible disruption of schooling as members of The Congress of South African Students organisation (Cosas) call for a national shutdown on Friday.
The National Conference on the provision of quality education for those with special needs is continuing in Polokwane.