The education system continues to entrench elite advantage while the poor stay stuck on lower tiers.
The Rhodes Trust tries to mollify criticism of Cecil John Rhodes’s legacy while not offending its wealthy alumni and other donors.
Unisa lecturers have been taking free learning to the townships since 2009, helping to boost small businesses in impoverished communities.
For Khayelitsha learners, their recent protests against deprivation became a story of hope.
Constitutional Court judgment clarifies the state’s obligations and role in providing subsidies.
The lessons that emerge from high-achieving disadvantaged schools should be commonplace
Long-awaited draft school infrastructure standards are a shocking disappointment, educationists say.
The funding model for state schools still prevents many from receiving a basic education.
Horrendous hostel facilities, physical abuse by teachers and inconsistent recording of marks are some of the pupils' complaints.
Urgent steps are needed to address shoddy school infrastructure that leads to below-par results.
The victories of civil society become a vehicle for mobilising on education rights.
An education rights charter is an important step in this direction.