The state said they should not have known that the toilet Michael Komape drowned in was unsafe for use.
Parents claim Panyaza Lesufi is ignoring some of the findings of two damning auditors' reports.
The suspension is the latest scandal to hit the school, where millions of rand are alleged to have been blown on personal use.
Five teacher unions have declared they will prevent their members from invigilating the Annual National Assessments until reforms are implemented.
Observers are shocked by the presidency's decision to investigate the awarding of just one tender in its EC education department probe.
The student aid scheme claims the outstanding fees have been paid up; not so, says Univen.
Are financial markets predictable? Research being conducted at Wits is looking for patterns in the data.
Students are demanding adequate security for all residences following the murder of two female students at an off-campus private residence.
In the wake of a double murder, VUT students are demanding that the university steps up security.
Child offenders and those from broken homes will not be left out in the cold, a judge has ruled.
Memorandums of understanding can be extremely fruitful if they are properly followed up.
Institutional autonomy and financial viability block equal access to higher learning.