Bongani is an education reporter at the Mail & Guardian.
As the 2014 matric examinations approach, education quality council Umalusi has said it is 'satisfied' with the quality of exam paper markers.
Storm of opposition greets the government’s plan of ?‘one book per subject, per grade, per language’.
Ways to create cheaper learning materials are being probed, but there are stumbling blocks.
President Jacob Zuma has appealed to leaders within the alliance to put their differences aside to ensure it continues to be a leader in society.
The teachers union snubbing Zwelinzima Vavi in favour of S'dumo Dlamini as a speaker at its congress suggests the ANC has failed to reunite Cosatu.
Theuns Eloff has expressed shock at Blade Nzimande blasting him in the press and the education minister branding NWU an "apartheid institution".
The NWU institutional model seems to foster an environment that appears to be for white Afrikaners on the Potchefstroom campus, says Blade Nzimande.
Infighting in the FoodBev Seta has prevented the payment of stipends, amid claims the training authority is refusing to honour its contracts.
The Tshwane University of Technology's student representative council has been suspended following protests over NSFAS funding deficits.
Students at Vaal University of Technology have not received food allocations because NSFAS had not provided the necessary funding, says management.