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Ministers clear the air on Medunsa

The ministers of health and higher education held a press briefing on Thursday to explain remarks by Julius Malema regarding Medunsa.

Pandemonium at Sadtu conference

The congress of Cosatu's teachers' union, Sadtu, broke down in pandemonium on Thursday after delegates booed and heckled the ANC's Gwede Mantashe.

‘We’re always neglected’

Community members attending the Annual Rural Development Conference at WSU say they always feel neglected by government -- except at election time.

New agriculture faculty for WSU

Walter Sisulu University will establish a faculty of agriculture and rural development by 2012, said Professor Noluthando Luswazi this week.

Makeover for Free State varsity

Notorious for racist videos, the University of the Free State is sending students to the United States for leadership training.

New syllabus is ‘flawed’

Comment period on new school syllabus 'ridiculously short', say experts.

Officer arrested as Cosas digs in on prelims

The policeman who allegedly fired the shot that killed a grade 10 pupil in the Free State, was arrested after the ICD heard accounts of the death.

UKZN privatisation dispute rolls on

Students incensed by apparent privatisation plans at the University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN) were due to continue protests on Thursday and Friday.

Cosas: ‘Minister will run’ if prelims aren’t scrapped

Cosas has vowed to make the country “ungovernable” if the education department does not scrap matric prelim exams.

‘Residence privatisation’ causes rumpus at UKZN

Student protests at the University of KwaZulu-Natal escalated as rumours of plans to privatise residences swept through the university's campuses.

‘Union lords’, not idealists, running show at Sadtu

Teachers hijacked by 'narrow-minded daredevils, says expert.

Matric chaos looms

Wildly varying postponements of matric prelim exams across the country are playing havoc with learner's preparations for the final exam.

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