Author: Phumla Mkize



Gauteng public hearings on education bill continue amid confusion

The public hearing on the Basic Education Laws Amendment (Bela) Bill held in Tembisa, Ekurhuleni on Wednesday took on an interesting start. Some of the attendee... Read more.

Unisa shoots down employees request to work from home

The principal and vice-chancellor of the University of South Africa (Unisa) Prof Puleng LenkaBula has rejected calls by the academic union for staff to continue... Read more.

Pupils, staff still victims of violent crimes in creches and schools

The recent shooting of a school principal, allegedly by a Grade 6 pupil and the arrest of a teacher on charges of possession of drugs — have brought into shar... Read more.

Unisa joins forces with Puku, Ilifa to promote mother languages

In celebration of International Mother Language Day, the University of South Africa (Unisa), Puku Children’s Literature Foundation and the Indigenous Language... Read more.

Tladi to sit for his first ever case as permanent judge of the World Court

Dire Tladi, the first South African to be appointed permanent judge in the International Court of Justice (ICJ), will sit for his first case to be heard in the ... Read more.
Education, News

Family left traumatised by pupil’s scholar transport accident death

The little sister of the Grade 6 pupil Kgosi Maloka, who was killed in a horrific scholar transport accident, is refusing to go back to school and has vowed to ... Read more.