Education

ConCourt asked to hear Overvaal case
ConCourt asked to hear Overvaal case
The Gauteng department of education wants the Constitutional Court to make a ruling on whether Hoërskool Overvaal has the constitutional right to...
Nairobi's poorer parents are choosing private over free primary schools
Nairobi's poorer parents are choosing private over free primary schools
The numbers of low cost private schools in low and middle income countries have exploded in recent years. These schools charge fees...
Gauteng education department approaches ConCourt over Hoërskool Overvaal
Gauteng education department approaches ConCourt over Hoërskool Overvaal
The Gauteng education department confirmed on Monday that it has filed papers in the Constitutional Court to appeal a decision by the High Court...
Daycare shacks offer shelter for poor toddlers
Daycare shacks offer shelter for poor toddlers
From the outside the building looks like a warehouse. The rusted steel door and high windows reveal nothing of the activities inside.
Lesufi sets Feb 15 deadline to place more than 3 000 pupils
Lesufi sets Feb 15 deadline to place more than 3 000 pupils
A total of 3 366 Grade 1 and Grade 8 pupils still need to be placed in schools, according to Gauteng education MEC Panyaza Lesufi.
‘Varsity doesn’t prepare us to teach in rural areas’
‘Varsity doesn’t prepare us to teach in rural areas’
Being a teacher is not an easy job in the first place, but nothing you learn at university prepares you for teaching in rural areas. Having to...
Free higher education in South Africa: Cutting through the lies and statistics
Free higher education in South Africa: Cutting through the lies and statistics
Public discussion about higher education funding in South Africa has been beset by numerous fictions and misunderstandings since the Fees Must Fall...
More than 11 000 pupils yet to be placed in Western Cape schools
More than 11 000 pupils yet to be placed in Western Cape schools
About 11 200 pupils in the Western Cape are still searching for schools, according to the Western Cape department of education.
Thousands of schoolgoers left stranded
Thousands of schoolgoers left stranded
Stubborn parents and migration have seen thousands of students without schools at the beginning of the school year — with more than 39 000...
Panyaza Lesufi warns Westbury community members not to damage newly reopened school
Panyaza Lesufi warns Westbury community members not to damage newly reopened school
Gauteng education MEC Panyaza Lesufi has sternly warned community members not to damage the newly reopened Everest Primary School in Westbury,...
Why Zuma’s free higher education plan will cripple SA’s finances
Why Zuma’s free higher education plan will cripple SA’s finances
The country’s fee-free higher education initiative, controversially introduced by President Jacob Zuma in the dying weeks of 2017, will plunge...
Durban University of Technology staff go on strike because of aloof VC
Durban University of Technology staff go on strike because of aloof VC
Hundreds of Durban University of Technology (DUT) staff members embarked on a combined union strike on Monday, labelling their vice chancellor as...

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