Parents want the Gauteng education department to create a system to monitor the content on the electronic devices
Gauteng and the Western Cape struggle to put children in class, but Limpopo and the Eastern Cape are closing schools as enrolment plummets
Civil rights organisations want the department to find a permanent solution to the problem
Parents are outraged after the Western Cape education department denied that black teacher Nozipho Mthembu was mistreated
"About 130 000 learners from other provinces and 2 000 learners from other countries have relocated to the Western Cape"
Philippi High School pupils give their account of events on March 6, when police with stun grenades repelled them from the WC education department.
For Khayelitsha learners, their recent protests against deprivation became a story of hope.
Communities were not properly consulted before a decision was taken to close a number of schools, the Western Cape High Court has heard.
An eight-year-old Worcester boy told his teacher and his mother that he was repeatedly raped, beaten and threatened by children at his school.