Kamogelo Seekoei

Expensively trained, nowhere to teach

Teachers trained at huge state expense could be lost to public education if the WCED does not find them teaching posts by Monday.

Thembalihle children get classroom

The determination of residents in Thembalihle who took to the streets three weeks ago to get their children into school, has paid off.

UJ students gatecrash VC’s party

Unresolved tensions between students and management at UJ erupted on Friday at the university's launch of its Soweto campus.

‘Take the baton from Tutu’

An institute for race studies has been set up opposite the notorious Reitz residence on UFS, writes <b>Kamogelo Seekoei</b>.

Excluded learners take to the streets

Parents are furious as children continue to be denied places at schools, writes <b>Kamogelo Seekoei</b>.

Culprits fingered in school exclusion cases

Eastern Cape official says white male principals are prime offenders in school exclusions.

Cloud over new student loan plans

Auditor general slams student financial aid scheme that will manage new R1,5-billion allocation.

Tertiary fee pledges a step towards free education

Neither the ANC nor the government has any time frame in mind for the implementation of the goal of free education.

Maths and science pupils ‘set up for disappointment’

The 2010 maths and science matric results rang alarm bells for some educationists.

Matric pass welcomed and questioned

Specialists are divided on the question of whether so unexpected and so huge an improvement in the matric pass rate is both believable and reliable.

‘Rural children just need a chance to be world beaters’

Trying to build a nation on second languages will destroy developmental goals and SA should strive for mother tongue education.

‘We too have a dream,’ say UFS students

Diverse campus lifestyles in the US inspire Kovsies to become 'cohorts of change'.

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