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Load-shedding is back, and Edcon considers cutting its trading space by up to a half
Transnet, SA’s beleaguered state-owned rail operator, has taken over from General Electric as the lead consortium partner in a $2bn Nigerian narrow-gauge railway concession, giving it the lion’s ...
The state enterprises minister is set to testify on the nuclear deal and the attempt to capture the Treasury
The nomination of Roberto Castello Branco is the latest in a string of business-friendly appointments by president-elect Jair Bolsonaro
Fund commends government on governance efforts and says calls for improvement on business models of SOEs
Countries that do not train workers risk losing employers — and employees risk losing jobs to robots and automation
Spanish Foreign Minister Josep Borrell says Madrid wants clarity on Gibraltar before backing the EU’s draft Brexit agreement
Downes clocks first major victory as pro in Cycle Challenge with Carla Oberholzer fastest woman
And bringing back life from the planet may not be such a good idea either, writes David Weintraub
The focus of recruitment will in future be on minimum academic qualifications
You’ve done the hard work – now it’s time to claim your matric fame
SA is one of the countries being targeted by the country’s government to fill 6,000 teaching posts
The department says it will cost nearly R7bn to demolish all school pit latrines and ensure there is appropriate sanitation in those schools by the end of the ...
Introduction of new system and evacuation of buildings delay appointment of paper markers
The appointed agencies, which get a percentage of the cost of each project, lack oversight and are each undertaking far too many projects
Sustainable growth may remain a fanciful hope unless the gap is targeted, international co-operation and development boss tells SA-Italy summit
Organised labour wants the focus to be on removing people who are unfit to teach, such as those found guilty of misconduct
The Treasury said the most urgent priority was to eradicate pit latrines in schools, so an extra R800m has been added to the 2018-2019 adjustment budget
The South African Council for Educators effectively give teachers a certificate for life — but plans to change this
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Gauteng education department employees warn that logistical problems may lead to disruptions of matric exams
India will open a centre for artisan skills at a TVET college in a pilot project that could end with a similar venture in every province
Just 29 schools out of 257 were provided with sanitation; 43 out of 344 got water; and 134 out of 620 got electricity during the period under review.
The Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2019 put UCT at 156th in the world‚ an improvement from its previous position of 171
The province's education department is accused of dragging its feet in verifying Zimbabwe exemption permits
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Auditor-general Kimi Makwetu says Nsfas did not have adequate controls regarding records of disbursements above amounts stipulated in loans and bursaries
The university suspend academic activities on Monday, until further notice, due to ongoing violence — which the ANC Youth League condemns
The Legal Resources Centre says ‘overcrowded classrooms undermine children’s right to a basic education’
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