It will cost the Western Cape education department an estimated R1m to repair infrastructure vandalised at schools across the province during the recent school holidays, Education MEC Debbie Schäfer says.
Pictures of supposed live ammunition have been doing the rounds on social media following clashes between North West University students and private security. We asked an ammunition expert to break down what we can see.
Anglican maths teachers in KwaZulu-Natal have responded to a challenge for churches to become involved in education and are conducting free workshops for teachers from all churches and faiths.
The University of Johannesburg has raised R31m to help fund students considered too rich to qualify for the National Student Financial Aid Scheme and too poor to afford tuition costs.
Every pupil at The Wykeham Collegiate was on hand on Wednesday morning to welcome a team of 11 girls and the co-ordinator of TWC Adventure Sport, Les Willows, back to Pietermaritzburg after a holiday-long cycle tour from Cape Town.
A small group of Wits University students have disrupted a media briefing called by Higher Education Minister Blade Nzimande and Police Minister Nathi Nhleko, chanting “Blade Must Fall” and “Voetsek Blade”.
An aspiring LLB student at the University of Free State says his sleepless nights at the Bloemfontein taxi rank are finally paying off.
For a second day in a row, a group of students of all races at the University of Pretoria have raised their hands in prayer and called on God to bring an end to ongoing protests on campus.
The University of Cape Town needs to save R120m by 2018 and will be taking strict budgetary measures to do so immediately.
One in every five bombers used by Boko Haram in the past two years has been a child, a report by UNICEF says.
Security guards are protecting the statue of Marthinus Steyn at the University of the Free State from further vandalism.
A total of 102 Gauteng teachers have been fired in the last financial year, the provincial education department has announced.
Siphokazi Tyalidikazi was 13 when she was caned with a hosepipe, allegedly by her Grade 5 English teacher, causing her to lose the use of her right hand. Now her mother is seeking justice.
Protesters have caused millions of rands in damage after they set fire to the administrative building at North West University’s Mahikeng campus, a spokesperson says.
The state wants students to be beggars because it doesn’t want to give them a free education, a Wits EFF leader says, adding that they will “continue to fight”.
They started Grade 1 together, now twin sisters Danielle and Tracey Steenkamp have capped their educational journey by sharing a stage and getting their master’s degrees together.
The Limpopo education department will get a serious overhaul, Premier Stan Mathabatha says.
The report on the alleged selling of teachers’ posts has been finalised and will be made public next month, the basic education department says.
More coloured and black youth in South Africa are unemployed, involved in crime, and uneducated, than other race groups, Statistician General Dr Pali Lehohla said on Monday.