Enrolments in teacher programmes have exploded but universities are still only producing about half the teachers needed every year, research shows.
The author of a journal paper on the social movement reveals the ‘trees’ that talked for it
Research shows that pupils at the same skills level in a single language will do better in science.
Gauteng's Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi says those who thought education was only for the privileged will soon be shamed.
Mduduzi Manana believes his fellow Cabinet members can and should help pay for student fees.
In a quest to find out how empathy is conveyed to history pupils, only one in six textbooks succeeds.
It’s better to choose a university based on your own criteria and not on its rating.
No matter their structure or location, private institutions are valuable to Africa’s higher education landscape.
Wits has found that it cannot fault former SRC president Mcebo Dlamini for expressing his admiration for Nazi leader, Adolf Hitler.
A Good Samaritan has paid off the university debt of Sello Molewa, the graduate denied a degree, whom the Mail & Guardian reported about last week.
Asking "why?" allows children to construct a wide range of knowledge and build a depth of understanding.
Accountability is a vague concept when it comes to SA's education system and panelists at a Wits debate had their differences on how to improve it.