People living in about 110 informal structures and Wendy houses at Cathkin Village informal settlement in Heideveld are facing eviction
Science Teaching and Learning Centres Programme at Cape schools reaches its 100th milestone
Inclusive strategies need to be implemented in South Africa so that people living with disabilities like autism can live meaningful, productive lives
Parents and guardians have four days left to apply for 2023 places for their children at schools in the province
The initiative provides schools with a toolkit to reduce the waste they send to landfills by recycling more effectively
The Western Cape education department responds to an article in the Mail & Guardian
The education department has asked the public not to conclude that the incident is racially motivated until the investigation has been completed
The organisation says it now has three separate processes currently running to investigate allegations of sexual harassment
In a judgment handed down in September 2016, the High Court recognised the burden single mothers face when providing an education to their children.
Those anxiously waiting to be placed at schools include 7 092 pupils whose parents applied online.
The department launched a probe into the school’s code of conduct and hair policy on September 1.
Manenberg pupils and teachers have been caught in the middle of wars between gangs, putting their education, jobs and lives at risk.
The Western Cape’s minister for education should be sacked because of 27 schools facing possible closure in the province, says Cosatu.
The destruction of matric scripts in Cape Town has brought into focus what measures exist to compensate pupils when their scripts are lost.
With just a few weeks to go before the 2010 matric examinations, learners should be hard at work preparing for the challenge.