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Maths and physical science pass rates show a decline, even after leaked papers

Home languages have remained steady, with a 90% pass mark, but other critical subjects have declined slightly

‘Decision not to rewrite has caused a crisis,’ says basic education head

The high court has set aside the decision by the department and education quality assurer Umalusi that matrics would have to rewrite two subject leaked just before the matric exams

Learners take Motshekga to court over matric rewrite

This is after the minister announced on Friday that there would be a rewrite of the two subjects that have been leaked to protect the integrity of the exams

‘Saving lives is most important than saving academic year’, say education ministers

Safety comes first, with a tentative June 1 deadline for grades seven and 12 to return to school

‘Dubious’ moves fog 2014 results

The public needs information about part-time matric results to monitor the system’s success.

Teacher strike looms

The threat of strike action by 1,3-million civil servants-- including teachers -- is looming after unions rejected the state's "revised" wage offer.

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Ithala fails to act against board chairperson over PPE scandal

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