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Department of basic education rejects claims it is not doing enough to equip learners with the necessary financial skills, writes Nastassia Arendse
The SA Democratic Teachers Union is challenging the authority, which oversees the appointment process, governance structure, and operations
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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 ...
Security forces are being called on their heavy handed controlling of student protests after the death of a student in Durban
The higher education minister is urging students to resist calls for a national shutdown, saying the academic programme would be badly affected
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Western Cape education MECc Debbie Schäfer hands out matric certificates in recognition of school's achievement in improving its pass rate from 48.1% in 2017 ...
A total of 116‚152 full-time candidates and 13‚103 adult basic education and training candidates wrote final matric exams — the highest number from any other ...
MEC says the Western Cape government has always maintained that indicators of quality go well beyond the overall pass rate
Gauteng was ranked first in the country‚ followed by the Free State and the Western Cape
DA MP Nomsa Marchesi says that Angie Motshekga has not addressed the large number of learners who do not write matric in the first place
When the throughput of pupils from grade 2 to matric is factored in, SA’s pass rate for the past three years ranges between 41% and 37%, says the NGO
Students who performed well did so through hard work, not ‘praying’, the basic education minister notes