Bongani is an education reporter at the Mail & Guardian.
Pressure is being put on failing matrics to forgo writing to massage the pass rate, say educators.
Umalusi says it is concerned about the running of matric exams in Limpopo and the Eastern Cape, where departments are under administration.
Angie Motshekga and Mamphela Ramphele have clashed again after the Agang SA leader's fresh comments that education under apartheid was better in SA.
Marchers have demanded Heidelberg Hoër Volkskool relooks its decision to phase out English classes, claiming it to be racist and unconstitutional.
Parents take to the streets to protest against a school's decision to only admit Afrikaans pupils.
Experts say the government’s claim to a national average of 30 pupils per class distorts the reality.
The Higher Education Transformation Network wants AfriForum Youth's bid to stop universities asking students to declare their race rejected.
The Eastern Cape education department will have to publish an admission that an earlier audit on shortages of furniture contained irregularities.
St Augustine College in Johannesburg will have to sell its campus and suspend undergraduate studies because of debt.
NWU-Pukke's management says the closure of its campus newspaper was due to financial problems, but its journalism lecturers have cried foul.