Two pupils from an inner-city school in Johannesburg tell how bullies use weapons to instil fear in pupils and certain teachers.
A report shows a stark difference between enrolment for primary and secondary schools, with the latter showing less than 50% in many countries.
Mpumalanga has replaced 14 substandard rural schools with two state-of-the-art institutions.
The responsible teaching of religion in schools is integral to the promotion of tolerance in society.
Expecting every pupil to receive a textbook isn’t prima-donna behaviour: universal access is vital.
A nonprofit school says traditional teaching models are outdated: pupils learn better if the content is relevant and speaks to them interactively.
A shortage of staff and dedicated educational facilities is depriving many with special needs of an education.
South Africa has made progress in developing an integrated approach to career development.
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.