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Wits new VC professor Zeblon Vilakazi

  Wits University announced that top nuclear physicist, Professor Zeblon Vilakazi, is the 15th Vice-Chancellor and Principal on Thursday. Professor Vilakazi will take the reins from...

GDE applications opens to several technical problems

  The Gauteng department of education experienced several technical problems when they opened their online applications, for grade 1 and grade 8 2021, on Thursday...

Online learner applications for grade 1 and 8 to launch tomorrow

  MEC for Education, Panyaza Lesufi, has urged parents of all learners currently in Grade R going to grade 1 and those in grade 7...

Progressive Student Movement calls for removal of Education Minister

  The Progressive Student Movement (PSM) has called for the removal of the basic education minister Angie Motshekga. In a statement, PSM chairperson Ashley Nthekiso claimed...

Thirteen of SA’s universities ranked among the best in the world

Thirteen of South Africa's 26 public universities made it into the top 2000 best universities in the world, according to the latest  Center for...

GDE’s Steve Mabona elated with his negative COVID-19 result while Lesufi...

After it was reported that two employees tested positive for COVID-19 at the Gauteng Education Department,  spokesperson Steve Mabona released his results today, that...

Gauteng Education Department shut down after two employees test positive for...

  Gauteng Education MEC, Panyaza Lesufi, reported that two staff members at the Gauteng Education Head Office have tested positive for COVID-19. He tweeted that they,...

Two more schools close as a result of positive COVID-19 infections

  At least two Gauteng schools paused teaching and learning yesterday due to confirmed COVID-19 cases.  Matriculants and grade 7 pupils returned to school on Monday,...

NSFAS is not writing off debt

  Higher Education, Science and Technology Minister, Blade Nzimande, has slammed DA comments that the National Student Financial Aid Scheme was planning to write-off R1,9bn...

Varsities get timely boost

Universities South Africa (USAf), a body made up of vice-chancellors of the country’s public universities, has secured a R280-million from the Education, Training and...

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