Long-awaited draft school infrastructure standards are a shocking disappointment, educationists say.
Horrendous hostel facilities, physical abuse by teachers and inconsistent recording of marks are some of the pupils' complaints.
History is a means of peering into the past in order to get a sense of one's present and who we are as a people, writes Mpho Moshe Matheolane.
Mduduzi Manana writes to Professor Peter Vale to say he is committed to delivering quality education in South Africa.
This week Equal Education marched through the streets of Tembisa to mobilise the community in its fight for fair and quality education.
The culprits who dumped Limpopo school workbooks near a Limpopo dam were still unknown by the end of the week and the saga had only deepened.
Canny entrepreneur Zakes Ncanywa has offered study guides and cheap computers to a resource-starved town. Nick Mulgrew spent some time with him.
"Our core business as the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Education is curriculum delivery in schools," says MEC for Education Senzo Mchunu.
Litigation distracts the basic education department, it argues -- but NGOs say dire school conditions force them to approach the courts.
Umuzi Photo Club activists took to the streets to commemorate the youth of '76 with a unique campaign, spreading messages about education & safe sex.
Khethelo Xulu had to fight for his education, now he wants to fight for others. This year's 200 South Africans will be revealed on June 22.
In a letter to the president and the DA, the national co-ordination committee of the national Imbizo asks politicians to start using public services.
More than two months after delivering "yellow cards" to government education activists Equal Education are yet to receive any response.
Haunted by his mother's unemployment and alcoholism, teenage photographer Morgan Faku is driven to document the fate of Alexandra's school dropouts.