Blade Nzimande's plan to introduce a centralised system for tertiary registrations is behind schedule.
There will always be a need for improvement, and our teachers and principals must learn to adapt.
Shortages, unqualified teachers and those giving lessons in areas they don't like are adding to education problems, writes one pupil.
Cida staff members have brought an urgent application to the Johannesburg high court, in the hopes of barring its liquidation.
A report has revealed enormous disparities between races, sexes and academic levels.
The Independent Media boss cites "jobs for pals" and lack of change in his resignation letter from various University of Cape Town bodies.
A shortfall in financial aid means the doors of academia will be closed to scores of candidates.
Motshekga’s reported plans to make it easier to close schools could jeopardise pupils’ rights.
They are the lifeblood of the education system, and supporting them will make all the difference.
Suspicion about cheating has been widespread, particularly among part-time pupils, but little appears to have been done to deal with it.