The banking index has its biggest one-day rise for the year, surging nearly 5%
ANC chairmen will be key power brokers at the party’s elective conference, but they will have to balance their ambitions with the will and mood of the delegates and branch members
The Helen Suzman Foundation and Magda Wierzycka have filed court paper against 74 respondents, including the President, the Mineral Resources Minister and the Guptas
Voting process uncertainty may delay the presidential election announcement, while analysts expect the rand to strengthen should Ramaphosa win
Business Day speaks to Viceroy, the short sellers who made a killing on Steinhoff
The Finance Minister will meet a slew of industry bodies, including the PIC, the CEO Initiative, SARS, the FSB and the Independent Regulatory Board for Auditors
Changes to the National Small Business Act will update the definition of small business, with SMEs already contributing up to 47% of SA’s GDP
Chinese President Xi Jinping calls for talks to denuclearise North Korea, while the UN chief warns against risk of ‘sleepwalking’ into conflict
A sentence is expected to be delivered in January‚ the PSL says
Selota says destiny carried him from a life of poverty to acclaim
Parents and associations want more time to assess the proposals, which ‘assume parents are guilty of educational neglect’
Sibisi served as deputy vice-chancellor (research and innovation) at UCT, and has a PhD in maths from Cambridge University
Rhodes University council votes 15 to nine to retain the name, angering student leaders
The Rhodes council says most of its students are from poor and working-class backgrounds, and its values are very different from those Cecil John Rhodes ...
SA ranked last out of 50 countries in a 2016 study of grade 4 reading skills - but a study under way is getting some promising results
The finance minister’s confirmation comes amid some uncertainty about whether free higher education is on government’s agenda
Gareth Friedlander from Discovery talks to Business Day TV about the cost of education
Adult basic education union warns of dire working conditions at community colleges
The Draft Basic Education Laws Amendment Bill has been criticised for limiting the powers of school governing bodies
Intimidation, unstable student governance and absent leadership also threaten institutions
There are 574 public, ordinary, fee-paying schools in the province; this year, the Western Cape Education Department has had to pay out fee compensation to 554 ...
A draft policy gives government more oversight of parents as teachers, while the ‘irony is parents can no longer trust the state to provide quality ...
The Chartwell Leadership Primary School is teaching young children entrepreneurship to prepare for the real world, writes Michelle Gumede
The Council for Higher Education downgrades the University of Cape Town’s LLB programme
The former Treasury budget head says it is one way to address the university fees crisis, but loans on their own are not enough
The allocation to the GDoH for the 2017/18 financial year was in excess of R800-million for this purpose
Incredulity about plan to use R50bn from a UIF cash surplus and tapping unclaimed pension fund benefits
The Council of Higher Education red-flagged the university in April for hiring under-qualified LLB lecturers
Outgoing NMMU Derrick Swartz vice-chancellor says Sibongile Muthwa’s appointment is a historic moment in the life of the university
One recommendation is that the government should increase its expenditure on higher education and training to at least 1% of GDP
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