Please respect court order, Hoërskool Overvaal SGB tells protesters
Protestors have vowed to continue demonstrating until the school’s language policy is changed.
Hoërskool Overvaal : Protesting parents say school is only option for children
Protests at the Vereeniging school entered a third on Friday. Demonstrators have been calling for an end to the schools Afrikaans only language policy.
Hoërskool Overvaal: Parents urged to send pupils to school
Demonstrators have been calling for an end to the school's Afrikaans-only language policy.
Police increase visibility at Hoërskool Overvaal
Yellow police tape has been put up just a few metres away from the main gate to keep protestors at bay.
Frustrated GP parents: We're being sent from pillar to post to secure placements
The Gauteng Education Department is still grappling to place more than 30,000 pupils at schools around the province.
Protesters continue picket outside Hoërskool Overvaal
ANC and EFF supporters have been demonstrating after the Hight Court ruled that the Gauteng Education Department acted unlawfully when it orderd the school to admit 55 English speaking pupils.
Lesufi pleased parents of rejected Overvaal pupils agreed to alternative school
Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi says his department is still pushing ahead with its appeal of the High Court ruling and says that the pupils have been accepted at the nearby Riverside High School.
Lesufi: If you're angry come to me, stay away from my schools
Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi, together with other education officials, has launched the newly-built Everest Primary School in Westbury.
Lesufi finds space for 55 pupils rejected by Vereeniging school
Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi says the 55 English speaking pupils will be accommodated at a nearby school while the appeal process is underway.
Gauteng Education Dept under pressure to deal with placements
Government is opening the Everest Primary School in Westbury as part of its plan to create more classrooms for the fast-growing number of pupils in Gauteng.
Student association calls for clarity on Zuma’s free higher education policy
The South African Further Education and Training Student Association says Zuma's new policy on free higher education has caused confusion at TVET colleges.
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Student association demands clarity from Zuma on free education
The South African Further Education and Training Association says some colleges are demanding upfront payments despite the president’s new education policy.
ANC praises Keorapetse Kgositsile as creative genius
The Gauteng government held an official memorial service for Kgositsile at the Johannesburg City Hall on Thursday.
Keorapetse Kgositsile lauded for contribution to liberation struggle
An official provincial government memorial service to honour 'Bra Willie' was held at the Johannesburg City Hall on Thursday afternoon.
Friends and colleagues share memories of Keorapetse Kgositsile
The Gauteng government is holding an official memorial service for late national poet laureate at the Johannesburg City Hall this afternoon.
Gauteng Education Dept working to place grade 1, grade 8 pupils
The department is trying to find space for at least 30,000 pupils across the province.
Universities to assist walk-in students with placements elsewhere, says dept
Officials held a meeting earlier this week aimed at coming up with a strategy to better manage the 2018 registration process.