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Free varsity tuition policy a ‘victory’

The ANC agrees that no-fee higher education must kick in next year. But how will it be funded?

Zuma happy with quality of conference debates

The ANC president said the level of the discussions showed that the party has been in government for 23 years.

Can the ANC cleanse itself of corruption?

The Mail & Guardian spoke to political analysts about how the party can cleanse itself of corruption.

Zwane: ANC delegates want 50% black owners in mining industry

Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane, speaking on the sidelines of the ANC policy conference, said people were otherwise happy with the charter.

Mabuza is wild card in succession

"Mpumalanga premier David “DD” Mabuza has rejected calls for a constitutional amendment that will allow expropriation without compensation"

Maine defends ANCYL decision to announce preferred presidential candidate

Collen Maine has defended the league’s decision to announce the names of its preferred candidates ahead of the party’s elective congress

Angie Motshekga: Skills revolution needed

Minister says entire education landscape must be reviewed

ANCYL push for fee-free education

And the ANC president says the policy conference will provide robust discussion on the issue

Safe scholar transport is a right

"This year 96 714 pupils who should be getting transport are walking to school, according to a report "

Her only path out of poverty is the dark, treacherous road to school

At 4.50am a 15-year-old girl gets ready for school. She arrives at 7.26am, late but safe – this time

‘Schools should not adopt one religion to the exclusion of others’ – judge

The High Court in Johannesburg has handed down a ruling on religion in public schools, saying that schools can’t promote one religion.

Official neglect penalises pupils

The Mail & Guardian visited three schools in Gauteng that do not have electricity nor adequate water supply or sanitation

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