A shortage of staff and dedicated educational facilities is depriving many with special needs of an education.
On- the-job training gives matriculants and graduates an advantage when they look for work.
Drastic action is being taken to ensure South Africa does not run short of academics, says Higher Education Minister Blade Nzimande.
As the 2014 matric examinations approach, education quality council Umalusi has said it is 'satisfied' with the quality of exam paper markers.
Rhodes University has appointed a new vice-chancellor who promises transformation, not just at student level, but in all spheres.
Storm of opposition greets the government’s plan of ?‘one book per subject, per grade, per language’.
A new book analyses threats our universities face and proposes ways of resisting them.
Cars from the minister’s office have been attached to ensure the education department coughs up the R28-million it owes in teacher salaries.
Ways to create cheaper learning materials are being probed, but there are stumbling blocks.