Colleges are closing down in the transition from one government department to another.
In the wake of the #RhodesMustFall movement, the minister is pushing for "urgent" demographic changes at the country’s universities.
Following Israel's refusal to grant Blade Nzimande a visa to visit Palestine, a group says the act was an "insult to the SA government and people".
Contradicting stances by government leaders makes the potential revival of teacher colleges even harder to do than it already is.
Sasco denies being compromised by its links with the ANC as dissidents plan a breakaway grouping.
This week in Pimples, politicians extinguish some of the country's problems. But do they really?
The higher education minister admits the national fund will be unable to assist all the financially needy students until the economy improves.
South African Communist Party general secretary Blade Nzimande is calling for a firm stand against the anarchy of the EFF.
Blade Nzimande's office has told school heads and professors not to communicate directly with the minister, but to go through the proper channels.
Students marching on Blade Nzimande's office in protest at the cost of university education are told they should instead be targeting big business.
Protesting students say that NSFAS has reached its sell-by date and the only option now is free education and cancelling student debt.
We ask Minister Blade Nzimande, all 26 vice-chancellors and every faculty dean to please declare publicly their views and policies on plagiarism.
Wits University’s SRC leader says the state has an obligation to see that the country’s best minds have the opportunity to study.
A 2013 government report found that government funding for these academic institutions has not kept up with enrolment numbers.
The memorial was meant to celebrate struggle stalwart Joe Slovo but Blade Nzimande took the opportunity to tear into the media and opposition parties.
The education minister criticised the domination of Afrikaans in teaching - and called on former Afrikaans universities to enrol more black students.
Blade Nzimande has defended public technical colleges, saying that the private sector needs to ensure colleges are offering what they need.
Having the three secretaries of the tripartite alliance under one roof has been an unfamiliar sight lately - let alone having them share a stage.
The education department believes that if the country’s skills base is to expand, college graduates should be given credit for their diplomas.