Education

South Africa's hidden textbook crisis
South Africa's hidden textbook crisis
The government has allocated only about half the money needed in 2013/14 to supply all pupils with textbooks in each subject that they study,...
Motshekga: Where does the political buck stop?
Motshekga: Where does the political buck stop?
"He walks between raindrops," says Michael Douglas's character about an urbanely slimy financier in director Oliver Stone's movie...
How SA can find safety ?in numbers
How SA can find safety ?in numbers
Teaching is a middle-class job. A teacher can earn a living at teaching but no one gets rich on a teacher's salary. Teaching is also a job that...
Twins in synch from grades to graduation
Twins in synch from grades to graduation
Twin sisters Vicky and Suzy Graham consider themselves "pretty ordinary people". Despite the popular stereotypes about twins, these two...
Inmates sue minister for laptops
Inmates sue minister for laptops
Correctional Services Minister Sibusiso Ndebele is under pressure not to oppose a court application brought by 10 inmates of Durban's Westville...
Unisa fails students in exam ‘cover-up’
Unisa fails students in exam ‘cover-up’
Students at Unisa have accused the institution of covering up a mistake in an exam paper, which they say caused them to fail the examination. ...
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