Ramaphosa: ‘African Communist Journal’ should continue to be critical of ANC
The political magazine was first published in 1959 by the South African Communist Party.
NSFAS concerned by low number of applications for TVET colleges
NSFAS announced yesterday it's received 50,000 more applications for the 2020 academic year, compared to this time last year.
Ramaphosa: 'Communist Journal' sharpened SA’s understanding of non-racialism
President Ramaphosa was speaking at the 60th anniversary of the publication which was held at Liliesleaf in Sandton on Monday.
Numsa gives UJ until next week to respond to equal pay, benefits demand
The union delivered a memorandum of grievance at the institution on Friday on behalf of about 700 workers.
Load shedding sees some Gauteng matrics unable to write IT exam
The Gauteng Education Department said that nine candidates were not able to write their Information Technology exam on Thursday.
Health dept probes illness of 300 pupils after allegedly eating sweets
Some were taken to Stretford Community Health Care Centre while others are being treated Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital.
Dept: Matric pupils affected by load shedding to get a second chance at exams
Just over 300 pupils in the province were not able to sit for their Computer Applications Technology final paper on Wednesday in Gauteng.
Around 300 learners hospitalised after allegedly eating sweets from hawker
They were rushed to the Stretford Community Healthcare Centre while some received treatment at Chris Hani Baragwanath Academic Hospital in Soweto.
317 Gauteng matric learners to rewrite exams interrupted by power cuts - dept
The provincial Education Department said despite minor delays in some areas, the majority of its centres were able to proceed with exams successfully.
Whistle-blower in Sindiso Magaqa murder says police fail to protect him
Thabiso Zulu is one of the officials who lifted the lid on Sindiso Magaqa’s murder.
Masterminds behind Magaqa’s murders still out there, says whistleblower
The trial against four men accused of Magaqa’s murder was postponed to April next year in the High Court in Scottburgh.
Dance academy accused of sexual grooming was operating illegally – dept
MEC Panyaza Lesufi announced earlier the Tebogo Kgobokoe Arts Academy would be shut down.
Lesufi launches e-learning platform to prep learners for 4IR
The digital content and online assessment platform officially went live on Friday.
Sadtu planning pickets over removal of 7 Eldorado School teachers
The union's Gauteng region is angry that the educators have not been able to return to work following a dispute with community members and the school principal.
We won't allow the 2019 NSC exams to be compromised, warns Umalusi
On Thursday, Umalusi announced that despite challenges in some provinces, it was all systems go.
Umalusi: Punitive measures will be taken against NSC exam cheats
The body announced on Thursday that while it was ready to administer the matric final papers, there were some challenges in provinces across the country.
Umalusi raises concerns over shortage of Afrikaans markers
Umalusi CEO Mafu Rakometsi made fresh calls for educators who can mark Afrikaans papers to apply.
Numsa to fight interim interdict preventing Air Chefs strike
The union had threatened to go on strike over the withdrawal of anniversary bonuses by management.