More than 100‚000 applications for Gauteng schools in four days

Education department records more than 100‚000 grade 8 applications after opening online admissions for the 2022 academic year

‘No money’ to fix vandalised schools

KwaZulu-Natal education department has no money for repairs but will raise the issue with its national counterpart

Lessons from return of Grade 7s to school will determine when high-schoolers can return

All primary school pupils are expected to return to class on a daily basis from August 2

Primary schools return on Monday amid unrest destruction

Many schools that were already chronically under-equipped before the looting have been damaged

Pandemic sows seeds of future inequality as pupils quit school

Pupil dropout rates are now at the highest they have been in 20 years, with half-a-million more children out of school

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Guidance from school subject choices to accommodation, funding and overseas study

Reopening of schools should be guided by third wave, say unions

Concerned teacher bodies say schools should not open before July 26

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Mudiwa Gavaza is joined by Nathea Nicolay, head of product at Sanlam Reality, the insurer’s loyalty programme

WATCH: Has Covid-19 killed the MBA?

Michael Avery talks to his guests about the future of business schools and the MBA in the wake of the pandemic

WATCH: Data shows urgent need for education intervention

Michael Avery and a panel discuss the findings from Wave 4, a survey that highlights the effects of school closures and educational inequality

Delays at qualifications body may leave students and job seekers in limbo

Saqa has had to slash staff numbers by one-third as it battles to survive funding cuts

Studies show the terrible toll of lockdown on poor pupils

The Covid-19 pandemic and lockdown had a devastating effect on schooling

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A guide for parents to South African public and private schools and tertiary institutions

State to take from the jobless to give to university students

Blade Nzimande says R3.3bn in additional money will come from National Skills Fund

Students fired up after state digs in amid university fees protests

Student protests threaten to derail academic year; government criticised for prioritising SAA

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