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​Father who shot son to appear in court
​Father who shot son to appear in court
The man who shot and killed his teenage son will appear in the Pretoria magistrate’s court on Thursday.
Lesufi to visit Ennerdale school shooting site
Lesufi to visit Ennerdale school shooting site
Gauteng Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi is currently visiting the Fred Norman Secondary School in Ennerdale, south of Johannesburg to address...
20 years after the ‘Mamdani affair’, the old adversary rejoins UCT
20 years after the ‘Mamdani affair’, the old adversary rejoins UCT
Almost 20 years after the esteemed Ugandan academic resigned following a clash over his proposed core course on Africa, the University of Cape Town...
Motshekga: ‘What we need is money’
Motshekga: ‘What we need is money’
South Africa does not have enough resources to meet growing demands like the eradication of pit toilets, Minister of Basic Education Angie...
Education task team — History should be a compulsory school subject from 2023
Education task team — History should be a compulsory school subject from 2023
A ministerial task team established by the basic education department has recommended that history should be a compulsory subject in South African...
Council of Educators yet to access sex offenders register when vetting teachers
Council of Educators yet to access sex offenders register when vetting teachers
The South African Council of Educators (SACE) conceded on Sunday that it had not used the Sex Offenders Register to vet teachers in the past as it...
Equal Education meets with WC education dept over sexual harassment claims
Equal Education meets with WC education dept over sexual harassment claims
Equal Education (EE) members have met with various members of the Western Cape education department to discuss the recent developments around...
Pandor: How to fix former black universities
Pandor: How to fix former black universities
Higher Education Minister Naledi Pandor says the shortcomings of some of the country’s previously disadvantaged universities are because of poor...
USC outraged by inaction on sexual misconduct allegations
USC outraged by inaction on sexual misconduct allegations
On Tuesday, 200 University of Southern California (USC) professors signed a letter calling for the American university’s president Max Nikias to...
South Africa’s reading crisis: Focus on the root cause, not the peripherals
South Africa’s reading crisis: Focus on the root cause, not the peripherals
Nearly a quarter of a century into democracy, four presidents and several curricular revisions later, South Africa has made little headway in its...
Meet UCT’s new ‘spicy’ FabAcademic
Meet UCT’s new ‘spicy’ FabAcademic
Professor Mamokgethi Phakeng wanted to be an A-rated internationally recognised scientist. She never had ambitions of becoming a vice-chancellor...
Rural teachers to get critical backup from assistants
Rural teachers to get critical backup from assistants
The department of basic education is undertaking a major effort to improve literacy and numeracy in three of the country’s most rural provinces....
Africa’s business schools need to be locally relevant and globally wise
Africa’s business schools need to be locally relevant and globally wise
If 99.6% of businesses in a country like Nigeria employ fewer than 10...
Eight years for striking one match
Eight years for striking one match
Khaya Cekeshe badly wanted to study law at the University of the Witwatersrand but his parents couldn’t afford the fees.

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