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.
Lawyers and activists say the Eastern Cape education department must make public its schedule of repairs to schools.
Patriarchal and racist institutional culture at universities must be challenged visibly, a conference for women working in higher education has heard.
Tlaleng Ketumile lives in the town of Kuruman, home to dusty furniture stores, cellphone shop-containers, tired restaurants and garish newer ones.
A Unisa professor’s programme to improve teaching skills is reaping results in Limpopo, but better evaluation of such programmes is required.
Helping children reach their potential starts by telling them about their rights.
Along with other MPs, IFP leader Mangosuthu Buthelezi has honoured Mario Oriani-Ambrosini, who committed suicide, according to a report.
A presentation at the South African Education Research Association 2014 conference finds that history textbooks misrepresent Nelson Mandela.
Only a small percentage of SA's professors are black women. The cards are stacked in men’s favour, says Professor Esther Ramani. That has to change.
Teachers face an uphill battle to educate immigrant children stranded in no-man’s land.
Kearsney College has apologised unreservedly for choosing Robin Thicke’s controversial 2013 song "Blurred Lines" for the "Olympics for choirs".