The NSFAS cash for textbooks decision is ‘profoundly negative’

There is evidence that the move has led to a drastic fall in the purchase of needed textbooks, leading to a poor academic outcome

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Eastern Cape ECD centres face onslaught from provincial government

Delays in salary payments force early childhood development centres to close

Huawei SA donates R2m to benefit nine deserving Wits postgraduates in ICT

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Government reviews funding model for school infrastructure

The basic education department is discussing  financing options so that at least 606 schools will be provided with sanitation by the end of the 2019/2020 ...

Ministerial committee on tech revolution to work closely with presidency

The presidential commission is expected to identify relevant policies and strategies to position SA as a competitive global player during the fourth industrial ...

Naledi Pandor appoints task team on fourth industrial revolution

Rapid innovation is expected to disrupt just about every sector

Wits Business School master’s programme aims to unlock the power of innovation

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Panyaza Lesufi back as Gauteng education MEC after public demand

Premier David Makhura's first reshuffle came less than a day after the 10 new MECs were sworn in on Thursday

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NEWS ANALYSIS: Financial education not up to scratch in SA public schools

Department of basic education rejects claims it is not doing enough to equip learners with the necessary financial skills, writes Nastassia Arendse

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Western Cape moves to establish school evaluation authority

The SA Democratic Teachers Union is challenging the authority, which oversees the appointment process, governance structure, and operations

WATCH | Is skills development and training yielding the desired results?

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WATCH | Info on funding opportunities should be made available for corporates

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Government will focus on steadying troubled NSFAS, says Cyril Ramaphosa in Sona

Ramaphosa says the free higher education funding scheme is being phased in over a five-year period until all undergraduate students who qualified in terms of ...

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