The success of our education is less about passes, but more about how many can participate in the economy, writes Mangosuthu Buthelezi.
A 2013 government report found that government funding for these academic institutions has not kept up with enrolment numbers.
The party has been discussing policies and strategies, including land invasion, to ensure it gets more votes in the next elections.
Government workers and big business should face higher taxes so there is more money for scholar transport, an Eastern Cape pupil says.
Tax government workers and big business more so there is more money for scholar transport, an Eastern Cape pupil says.
The justice department's Amarightza programme aims to educate the public and officials about the socioeconomic rights enshrined in the Bill of Rights.
There are not enough decent mid-level jobs to tempt more young South Africans into vocational training, a Wits seminar has heard.
A novel scheme is seeing business executives partnering with principals to beef up tuition.
A nonprofit school says traditional teaching models are outdated: pupils learn better if the content is relevant and speaks to them interactively.
Indian national Kailash Satyarthi and Pakistan's Malala Yousafzai have won the 2014 Nobel Peace prize for advocating children's rights.
While innovation is crucial to a country’s competitiveness, it is not the only factor and the quality of education is still a concern, a survey found.
The National Student Financial Aid Scheme can't carry the burden alone, so the portfolio committee on higher education wants business to pitch in.
Private schools foster gender bias, says an international report, despite SA studies revealing that there are more girls than boys in private schools.
Nearly all African leaders who are beneficiaries of dynasty politics have been educated abroad.
We are breeding a nation of angry underachievers, yet we come from a generation of overachievers. Citizens now need to step up to the education plate.
The department says the report's research was not based on tests or assessments by pupils, but on interviews with business executives.
A Human Rights Watch report has revealed how school authorities in India persistently discriminate against children from marginalised communities.