Gauteng Education MEC Lesufi happy with progress of 2018 school placements
Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi says the department has successfully placed 67% of the online applicants at their preferred schools.
GDE ropes in E&Y to probe alleged financial irregularities at Klipspruit school
The school has been plagued by a series of disruptions this year, including the rejection of a black principal by the local coloured community.
Lesufi introduces learning camps to assist matriculants
Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi says the department has invested R180 million in matric camps to support pupils.
Schooling to resume at Klipspruit West Secondary following disruptions
The school has been plagued by various problems this year, including racial tension between staff and the local community as well as claims of misconduct against a group of teachers.
KPMG urged to take more 'decisive action' to root out corruption
The firm has lost clients in light of recent controversies linked to state capture.
ANC could lose 2019 elections if it doesn't listen to people, Cele warns
Bheki Cele says the ANC has already lost significant metros and has called on branches to help turn the tide.
Home Affairs wants one authority for SA ports of entry
South Africa's ports of entry are currently managed by over 18 entities including the police, the South African Revenue Services and Home Affairs.
'Apleni free to approach court over suspension'
Home Affairs Minister Hlengiwe Mkhize says she is not moved, as it is Mkuseli Apleni's right to go to court.
KZN ANCYL: We won't undermine ANC
The youth league says that it views the act of dragging the governing party to court as an attack and says it will defend its mother body.
Santaco trying to defuse illegal strike situation in Tshwane
Some Tshwane taxi drivers were blocking roads and removing commuters from taxis that were not part of the strike.
KZN ANCYL 'regrets' reaction to NEC remarks
The KZN ANCYL on Tuesday released a statement saying it has engaged with its mother body and reaffirms that the ANC is central in decision-making.
ISS: Misperceptions, bad policies ‘worsening’ terrorism in Africa
The Institute for Security Studies will be presenting a series of reports on terrorism to the United Nations General Assembly in New York today.
Taxi strikes loom in Western Cape, Tshwane
Despite a scheduled meeting between WC Transport MEC Donald Grant and the taxi operators early this morning, Codeta says the strike will continue as planned.
MDC assures public that Morgan Tsvangirai is out of danger
The MDC says its leader has brushed aside his health scare to encourage Zimbabweans to register to vote in the coming elections.
MDC: Tsvangirai admitted for routine medical procedure
The Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) says its leader Morgan Tsvangirai is stable and is not battling for his life.
Morgan Tsvangirai critical in SA hospital
It's reported he suffered severe vomiting following a party meeting and was airlifted from Harare to Johannesburg on Friday night.
Road Rage: JHB man vandalises car, punches elderly driver
It's believed the assault - which was captured on video - happened after a minor accident in Alexandra.
Another Taxify vehicle torched in Pretoria
Two other vehicles were damaged and a driver assaulted during the day in fresh clashes between Uber, Taxify and metered taxi operators.