Expelled and suspended members of the South African Democratic Teachers’ Union have resolved to form a trade union open to all public sector workers.
NGOs consider using soccer clubs, traditional healers, churches and even shebeens to tell SA about government's plan to fix school infrastructure.
But many are working hard for a better world, as a new critique of skills and economics analyses.
History could soon be a compulsory subject in schools to enhance nation-building, national pride, patriotism, social cohesion and cultural heritage.
Suspended teacher union members insist their removal ahead of key conferences is a ploy by a Cosatu faction.
The Public Service Commission is investigating the former DG for his alleged involvement in the awarding of a workbooks tender.
The state’s teaching development grants to universities are being wholly rethought.
But education can be recrafted to instil an entrepreneurial sensibility in our young people.
The DA has expressed shock over Medium Term Strategic Framework figures, which show that only 61% of pupils have access to required textbooks.
The minister did not appeal earlier rulings when they were made and cannot do so now, says NGO.
But debilitating education hurdles remain for many foreign children in legal limbo.