Victoria studied journalism, specialising in photojournalism, at Rhodes University from 2004 to 2007. After traveling around the US and a brief stint in the UK she did a year's internship at The Independent on Saturday in Durban. She then worked as a reporter for the South African Press Association for a year before joining the Mail & Guardian as an education reporter in August 2011.
Most pupils at Grahamstown's GADRA school come from disadvantaged backgrounds. So how has the school become the second-biggest feeder to Rhodes?
Emotions ran high at the Waterkloof Air Force Base where bereaved families received the remains of those killed in Nigeria's church collapse.
The release of the Khampepe report is a hollow victory if independent organisations do not change the way they monitor African elections in future.
Residents are auditing sanitation at schools to ensure the government keeps its promises.
Court action is to blame for teacher vacancies, says the Eastern Cape education department.
The M&G is launching a series of articles written by pupils so they publicly contribute to the debate about South Africa's education system.
A report shows a stark difference between enrolment for primary and secondary schools, with the latter showing less than 50% in many countries.
A nonprofit school says traditional teaching models are outdated: pupils learn better if the content is relevant and speaks to them interactively.
A shortage of staff and dedicated educational facilities is depriving many with special needs of an education.
Rhodes University has appointed a new vice-chancellor who promises transformation, not just at student level, but in all spheres.