DA lodges urgent court bid to set aside Mathebe, Da Gama suspensions
Gauteng Cooperative Governance MEC Lebogang Maile announced this week his decision to suspend the pair.
Eskom warns grid constrained, but says there’s low risk of load shedding
Eskom says it's currently using diesel generators to supplement capacity and is in the process of returning some units and replenish emergency reserves.
SAHRC vs Etzebeth: Commission says it can't predict settlement,keeping open mind
The commission laid a complaint with the equality court last year, after Etzebeth was accused of attacking two men at a popular bar in Langebaan
Authorities aim to further reduce mining deaths
Minister Gwede Mantashe released the 2019 occupational health and safety statistics for the mining industry on Friday.
Nzimande: Corruption still one of biggest problems in higher education system
Higher Education Minister Blade Nzimande said the sector made strides by building nine new TVET colleges which were expected to be completed this year.
Lesufi expected to give update on probe into Enock Mpianzi’s death
Panyaza Lesufi has committed to act against the school after the death of Enock Mpianzi at an orientation camp in the North West under questionable circumstances.
Nzimande wants smooth registration process for tertiary education academic year
The minister said the higher education sector had made strides by building nine new TVET colleges, which were expected to be completed this year.
'Our hearts are with you': Condolences after 2 pupils killed in wall collapse
It’s understood a truck crashed into the wall on Wednesday, leaving two other pupils seriously injured.
MEC Lesufi to give update on dept's handling of Enoch Mpianzi's drowning
Grade 8 pupil Enoch Mpianzi drowned at an orientation camp in Brits, North West, last week.
Unions 'worried' about job cuts at SAA if R2bn bailout not received
The national carrier announced on Tuesday it had cancelled some domestic and international flights due to low demand and to save money.
SAA: Further review of flight changes on the cards
The embattled airline announced on Tuesday it had cancelled some domestic and international flights due to low demand.
SAA turns to Mango to help stranded passengers after cancelling flights
The national carrier earlier announced it's decision to cancel some domestic and international flights due to low demand and to save money.
NW SAPS 'obtained' statements from pupils in Mpianzi’s death probe
The grade 8 boy drowned during a water activity in the North West last week when a makeshift raft capsized in the river. Enock Mpianzi was not wearing a life jacket when he was participating in the activity.
Enock Mpianzi's family accepts SAHRC's legal assistance offer over drowning
The Human Rights Commission has come forward to assist the family take legal action against the Gauteng Education Department, Parktown Boys' High School and others involved following Mpianzi's drowning.
I don’t think I'll allow my son to go on a camp again - Parktown Boys' High mom
Parents at the Parktown Boys High School are demanding answers following the drowning of grade 8 pupil Enock Mpianzi at an orientation camp at a North West lodge.
2019 matric maths results a concern for Higher Education minister
Higher Education Minister Blade Nzimande said that most bachelor degree programmes that required mathematics would not accept pupils who achieved lower than 40%.
Nzimande: No registration fees for NSFAS qualifying students
NSFAS received a record of over 500,000 first time applications for the 2020 academic year, a 23% increase from last year.
Ramaphosa says priority is to improve numeracy, literacy skills
President Cyril Ramaphosa delivered the keynote address at the annual basic education sector lekgotla currently underway in Kempton Park.