Ryan Hoffmann

Ryan Hoffmann

    The access to the provision of free education is a worthy goal but it should not come at the expense of quality.

    Universities that offer diplomas as well as degrees appear to be the first choice of students who have been flooding universities.

    More than 20% of learners who heard last week that they had passed the matric exams could be left in limbo in the 2011 academic year.

    SGBs expressed dismay this week that the department of basic education was discussing whether to remove their power to appoint school principals.