Recently reported problems with the issuing of certificates are being sorted out.
What has become of this policy, which aims to offer a second chance at education success?
Language must be one of the pillars of the struggle to ‘decolonise’ the humanities.
A closer working relationship must be established between education authorities and employers.
The Correctional Services department has reported a total of 79.25% of prisoners who wrote national senior certificate examinations passed in 2012.
The role of private-sector employers needs far greater recognition in government's thinking.
If the perception that vocational education is an "option for losers" persists, unemployment and social instability will continue to escalate.