When the socks that need pulling up are absent, we must turn to leaders, the government, municipalities and citizens, writes Haji Mohamed Dawjee.
Cida staff members have brought an urgent application to the Johannesburg high court, in the hopes of barring its liquidation.
Wits University’s SRC leader says the state has an obligation to see that the country’s best minds have the opportunity to study.
Cars from the minister’s office have been attached to ensure the education department coughs up the R28-million it owes in teacher salaries.
The common response among 82 primary school children in the Western Cape and Gauteng has been that more schools needed to be built in rural areas.
The lessons that emerge from high-achieving disadvantaged schools should be commonplace
We speak to our education reporter about her experience in the Eastern Cape where too few teachers and appalling toilets seem to have become the norm.
Education Minister Angie Motshekga has asked the country to believe that 73.9% of grade 12s are sufficiently literate and numerate to pass matric.
Horrendous hostel facilities, physical abuse by teachers and inconsistent recording of marks are some of the pupils' complaints.
After missing six months of schooling Northern Cape education department officials have decided that pupils in Olifantshoek will repeat 2012.
Dialogues within Eastern Cape communities centralise voices missing from the public discourse.
The question is not how to improve the disastrous system but rather how it can be reconfigured.