UCT vice-chancellor Phakeng placed on special leave
Days before her departure from the University of Cape Town, vice-chancellor Mamokgethi Phakeng has been placed on special leave.
Caught in the act: Limpopo learners’ drugs supplier arrested, found with 500 packs of heroin
The 41-year-old Nigerian man was found with 500 balls of heroin which he was allegedly selling to learners, while another Nigerian national was bust along the N1.
WC Education slams ‘extortion’ by taxi association after 90% of children miss school in Khayelitsha…
The Western Cape Education Department said its pupils’ safety and education has been put at risk after an attempt of extortion by the minibus taxi associations.
Grade 11 girl dies after car packed with 14 pupils overturns in Soweto
Gauteng Education said the Toyota Condor was a private scholar transport vehicle ferrying 14 pupils to Protea Glen Secondary Schools and Faranani Primary School.
Mamelodi learner gets R20 000 boost for excelling in matric
Mazwi Thuto from Rephafogile Secondary School got six distinctions and the Dlalisa Moyeni Foundation rewarded her with a R20 000 boost towards her studies at Wits.
250 000! That’s how many applications UKZN received for 8 500 first-year spots
The University of KwaZulu-Natal said it received 250 000 applications for first-time students, and had only 8 500 spots available.
99% of Grade 1 and 8 pupils placed in the Western Cape
As the new school year starts on Wednesday, the Western Cape Education Department (WCED) said 99.2% of its Grade 1 and 8 pupils have been placed in schools.
PA leader Gayton McKenzie says undocumented pupils should not be placed in SA schools ahead of…
As thousands of pupils across the country head back to school, the government remains firm in its stance that undocumented children must be admitted to schools despite calls from PA leader Gayton McKenzie.
Zimbabwean president rewards his wife with a Doctor of Philosophy degree
Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa conferred First Lady Auxillia Mnangagwa with an honorary doctorate from the Zimbabwe Open University (ZOU).
Deaf student who refused to give up becomes a teacher 10 years after matriculating
Imran Bodalaji had dreamt of becoming a teacher since he was in grade 9. He is the only second Deaf student to achieve this goal.