After all the noise and arresting the leakages (across all government sectors & SOE’s as well as in businesses), a winning game is premised on attracting domestic and foreign investment for economic growth and job creation.
Corruption in South African schools is one of the areas of concern with at least 15% of complaints being reported.
The Education for Social Justice Foundation has called on government to build 10 new universities in honour of late struggle icon Winnie-Madikizela Mandela.
One of the world’s leading platinum producers, Lonmin, says it will embark on a journey to rebuild trust and confidence in the community of Marikana in the North West.
EFF leader, Julius Malema, says humanity will be restored when all people have access to functional basic services, such as sewerage systems in schools.
Education Activists have called on government to convene a School Safety Indaba to develop a safety charter for the well-being of learners.
The tragic death of a five year-old child using a pit toilet at her Mbizana school in the Eastern Cape has evoked anger as the country celebrates human rights month.
Equal Education in the Eastern Cape has expressed anger at the death of a Grade R learner who fell into a pit latrine toilet at Mbizana early this week.
The news of the death of a 5-year-old Grade R learner, Viwe Jali who fell into a pit latrine at a school in Bizana in the Eastern Cape on Tuesday further highlights the dire infrastructural challenges facing some schools.
Minister of Sports, Thokozile Xasa, has shown excitement in women’s progress, in particular Banyana Banyana for their recent positive improvement, and says the women’s team needs proper support.