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Blade plans to take over ‘failed’ Setas

The sector training and education bodies and companies together cause the system to flounder.

Where will David van Rooyen’s priorities lie?

Pressing financial challenges that have befuddled previous ministers include health insurance, free education and the nuclear deal with Russia.

Eastern Cape education department aims to improve

The province with the lowest matric pass rate in the country has begun looking honestly at its failures with input from employees, parents and pupils.

TUT: Where anger, protests and disruption are the norm

The M&G gets management's perspective on the growing frustrations students experience at being academically excluded due to a lack of funds.

Blade wants state audit of varsities

University leaders and the government look set to lock horns over institutional autonomy.

How student power gave workers hope

Support staff are finally being brought in-house, thanks to young idealists fighting for their rights.

‘Insourcing’ will hurt contractors

Millions of rands are at stake and workers are also concerned about the question of contracts.

UJ students and staff march to end outsourcing

About 200 students and staff marched peacefully on Monday to demand that UJ ends its practice of outsourcing workers.

Cornered Blade releases fee-free university report

The authors of a 2012 report mapping out the case for free tertiary education say the government has a moral obligation to enable the poor to study.

Student victory back to square one

A veto on university fee increases is a victory, but the funding scheme still fails many people.

Students march on Sars, Reserve Bank and treasury

TUT students marched peacefully to key institutions to deliver demands they say will open the door to free education.

TUT suspends classes as students continue protest

Students' protest over funding continued at the Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) on Monday, forcing closure of the institution.

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