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Amanda Strydom

All quiet as ‘hot spot’ Zandspruit votes

As the polls opened for the local government elections, one resident of Zandspruit, near Jo'burg, woke up hoping this day would bring change.

Further legal action in Seta battle

The battle for control of the Services Sector Education and Training Authority continued with further legal action on Wednesday.

Court blow for Nzimande over Seta changes

A court has ruled that the minister of higher education exceeded his powers in changing the governance structure of the Services Seta.

Overcoming gender myths in science

The Academy of Science of South Africa wants to demolish gender myths to attract more girls into science and related fields.

Cabinet lifeline for EC schools

For the first time since 1994, national government has invoked legislation and taken over the running of a provincial education department.

Cougars: A double standard

South African media has adopted the term following the juicy story of Manda Reyneke's obsession with a young Blue Bull's player, but how ethical is it?

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