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NSFAS identifies extensive fraud in the Western Cape

The student aid scheme tells parliament criminals have hijacked its mobile phone payment system

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Lack of funding hinders plans to grow TVET college enrolments

Parliament told there will be no enrolment growth unless there is an increase to the Technical and Vocational Education and Training colleges budget allocation

NEWS ANALYSIS: Can new pilot scheme inject life into colleges?

It is hoped the enterprise development project in four technical and vocational education and training colleges will ultimately alleviate  youth unemployment

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Student-aid scheme phasing out cellphone-enabled payments

Change is part of efforts by the National Student Financial Aid Scheme to combat fraud

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School infrastructure spending cuts looming

The finance minister’s mid-term budget is likely to see spending slashed across the board, despite the Sanitation Appropriate for Education project

MPs unimpressed with National Skills Fund’s qualified audit

The fund was also called out for underspending by R1.5bn in the 2018/2019 financiale year

WATCH: Grade 9 exit plan: a good idea for SA’s economy?

Business Day TV speaks to a panel of experts about the government's Grade 9 plan

Court rules in favour of English language policy at Stellenbosch

The Constitutional Court finds the policy equitable for ‘black students who are not conversant in Afrikaans’, but Gelyke Kanse disagrees

Keep campuses safe, but don’t turn them into prisons, says Nzimande

There is a fine line between keeping universities safe and turning them into prisons, says minister Blade Nzimande.

New Wits Business School master’s course unlocks the power of innovation

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Angie Motshekga calls for more research to stop boys becoming violent

About 11% of pupils say they experienced some form of violence, corporal punishment or verbal abuse in 2016, down from 18% in 2009

NSFAS defends cash for books, citing financial freedom

The National Student Financial Aid Scheme says students asked for the new system, claiming booksellers and merchants were exploiting them

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

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