Concern as long weekend road death toll continues to climb
At least 20 people have been killed and dozens injured on the country's roads so far.
Paul Mashatile ‘shocked’ by deadly land clashes in Lenasia
It’s understood the violence erupted on Friday when the Red Ants started demolishing shacks and evicting illegal dwellers from the area.
Boy (17) drowns in Vaal River
The exact details around the incident are not yet clear but it's understood authorities were alerted of the incident by the teenager's friends.
How safe are children in SA schools?
Activists are calling on the government to install cameras in classrooms to improve teaching and learning in the wake of several cases of violence and bullying at schools.
DA criticises Sadtu for pulling members from Eldorado Park schools
Classes were disrupted at the Klipspruit West Secondary School this week after about 11 teachers did not report to school.
'SGBs responsible for code of conduct in schools'
There's been a spate of violence and bullying incidents at schools in recent months.
Sadtu pulls members from Eldorado Park schools over discrimination reports
Classes were disrupted this week after about 11 teachers didn’t report to school and took to the district offices in Johannesburg.
Parents urged to play their part in disciplining children
Education officials say one of the main contributors to bullying at schools is that parents have become less involved.
Case opened against parent of pupil who pricked others with syringes
It's understood the grade four pupil told officials he got the syringes from a family member.
Class boycott at Klipspruit West enters second day
The boycotting of classes started on Monday when four black teachers were barred from teaching following allegations of misconduct levelled against them.
Gauteng Education Dept to probe misconduct claims at Klipspruit school
Classes were disrupted on Monday after four black teachers were barred from entering the premises.
Lesufi: Dept won't hesitate to act against officials who break law
The Gauteng Education Department says that it is concerned by the escalating number of incidents of assault at schools.
Lesufi condemns assault of Soweto pupil
In the video that's gone viral on social media, a caregiver can be seen pinning down the teenager, beating and swearing at her while travelling on a bus in full view other pupils.
4 teachers barred from Klipspruit High amid disruptions
It's understood community members refused to allow four black teachers onto the premises following allegations of misconduct.
Motshekga promises Vuwani matrics catch-up plan
Motshekga says she hopes the situation will improve soon, as pupils cannot afford to miss anymore schooling.
Education Dept develops protocol on corporal punishment
Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga says it’s evident that corporal punishment is still prevalent in some schools, despite being banned more than 20 years ago.
Motshekga: Education dept ready for 2017 matric exams
The Basic Education Minister says her department is working tirelessly to ensure that the 2017 matric exams are up to standard.
Deputy Finance Minister fully supports PIC CEO Matjila
Deputy Finance Minister Sfiso Buthelezi is adamant that he's unaware of plans to get rid of Dan Matjila as the CEO of the Public Investment Corporation.