The country places a high value on the power of education to achieve a stable, peaceful and prosperous society.
Historically, language was used to discipline diversity – but that can be changed.
Mother-tongue learning paired with instruction in English is a success elsewhere in Africa.
By seizing control of the transformation debate, UCT students have shifted the rules of engagement.
Victims, victors, statues and others – just whose past should we reconstruct or study?
Spaces need scholars to deliberate in community and pursue crossdisciplinary work.
Panyaza Lesufi has boldly claimed that every chalkboard in every matric classroom will be replaced with a smart board by July.
Senior academic at the University of Johannesburg Dr Andre van Zyl says universities enroll just over a quarter of youth who complete matric.
Lodges agreed to put up a North West college’s charges, but state funding failed to materialise.
Substantive transformation is central to UCT’s focus in the wake of the Rhodes statue debacle.
A training programme for carers shows how reading with children improves their brains.
The tradition of a quasi-military culture bolsters Afrikaners faced with the loss of white privilege.
Desiring change isn't enough: this is how we want political thinking at university to be transformed.
In the wake of the #RhodesMustFall movement, the minister is pushing for "urgent" demographic changes at the country’s universities.
A nonprofit organisation is going to the heart of South Africa's educational problem and getting good results.