Our journey to freedom continues: 20 years after democracy, those who can’t read or write are locked in a sinister struggle.
Have lessons from the 2012 textbook crisis led to reforms that will ensure it can't recur?
A number of NGOs have pointed out that children's rights to education and healthcare are not considered an election issue by parties, but should be.
Textbooks, toilets and teachers – that's what voters want. But can political parties provide?
Three organisations have launched a handbook, "My Teacher Hurt Me, What Should I Do?", that aims to "manage sexual abuse in schools".
We can overcome education models that still entrench social divisions.
Informal learning not only can, but should, be used as the foundation for formal schooling.
A group of grade 12 pupils asked all South Africa's cellphone providers for free Wikipedia on their phones, and they got it.
Equal Education activists help rural Eastern Cape school to find its voice and stand up for the right to education.
Having registration fees paid is not enough if you cannot afford to even eat properly.
South Africa must radically rethink how to upgrade and motivate in-service educators.