After months of range-bound trading, prices have moved up significantly in October just as demand looks stronger than it has in months
"The Zuma faction is casting a dark shadow over Dlamini-Zuma and the image crisis of the Zuma faction has become her own"
Twelve members of the board have been appointed for a period of five years, with immediate effect
UDM leader says country can be transformed with clean governance and service to citizens
The private hospital group says revenue was flat when the gains from converting rand, Swiss francs and Emirati dirhams into pounds were excluded
The World Employment Social Outlook doubts firms’ ability to meet long-term societal goals
Inkunzi Student Fund CEO Kameel Keshav is no stranger to adversity. He talks to Alistair Anderson about overcoming a brain tumour, and other uphill battles
A Turkish military plane picked up about 35 civilians wounded in the blast that killed 276 people
Ortus Sport wants R15m severance pay while the people it hired rely on unofficial sources for news, say insiders
The system is the first of its kind in Botswana and the second in Africa, writes Janine Stephen
All classes were suspended on Tuesday and since then barbed wire has been placed around the Cape Town campus
Continued delays will create policy confusion and give university vice-chancellors and councils room for ‘unilateral’ actions, says the Higher ...
Aspiring young mechatronics engineers show off electric car ideas for Mars at the GE Africa Innovation Centre
Not a single school has received electricity through the government’s Asidi programme, and only 10 of 280 schools have been provided with water
In 2016-17, the basic education department underspent its scholar transport budget by more than R600m, and 556,294 pupils will need scholar transport in 2017-18
The higher education department, labour unions and the business community commit to resuscitating TVET colleges
Auditor-General Kimi Makwetu lashes the department for substantial liabilities — which spiked in 2017
Higher Education Minister Blade Nzimande says his department is investigating claims, and where articles do not meet requirements, the R100,000 subsidies will ...
Public education has a severe shortage of teachers, with one teacher to about 30 pupils
Financial Aid Practitioners of SA warns of more protests as student funding payments fail to keep up
Technology needs to be coupled with an adapted curriculum, political will and trained teachers, say panelists at Decolonised 21st Century Education Conference
It has been reported that he and deputy vice-chancellor Jaco Van Schoor had used UJ firms to personally benefit from contracts for the installation of solar ...
Despite strengths and research capacity in SA’s top universities, the level of students enrolling in science, engineering and technology subjects is ...
New system intended to curb fraud and corruption
Few pupils or teachers were at schools on Wednesday due to the nation-wide strike, but some parents got texts notifying of the situation the night before
Many of the 1,400 schools are deemed ‘small and unviable’
They have the qualification (and the debt to prove it), but no job experience — and can’t get a job without the experience
‘If SARS can simply escape this obligation to give taxpayers an opportunity to be heard before having to pay, it makes a mockery of the supposed protections in ...
The ANC has also called for teaching to be declared an essential service, so limiting the right of teachers and principals to strike
Schools struggle to fill thousands of vacancies, with Limpopo, Eastern Cape and Mpumalanga the worst affected provinces
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