Presidency Receives Memorandum from Student Activists

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Presidency Director-General Dr Cassius Lubisi has received a memorandum from #FeesMustFall activists demanding blanket amnesty for activists who have been convicted of crimes arising...
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Grab a Book and Join the Reading Revolution

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Drop everything for 30 minutes and read a book - that’s the message from Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga as she jumpstarted the reading...

State Guaranteed Loans Could Fund Varsity Fees in South Africa

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The Heher commission has recommended that all tertiary students in South Africa be given access to State guaranteed bank loans, which they would only...

Friends Refurbish Local School in Honour of Proudly South African Hero...

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Ian Macdonald - who dedicated the last two years of his life to students of Hillwood Primary in Lavender Park, and who was renowned for...

Wits Accuses Protesters of Having a Political Agenda

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Student leaders call off protests. Activities at Wits University were brought to a halt as student protests entered a fourth day on Thursday. About 200...

South Africans Prefer Their Children to be Taught in English

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English is only one of 11 official languages spoken in South Africa. It’s currently the preferred language of education and is used in many...
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Naledi Pandor Awarded Germany’s Grand Cross of Merit

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Germany has awarded South African Minister of Science and Technology, Naledi Pandor, with the Grand Cross of Merit and described her as symbolising the new...

New Project in the South African Karoo will Unlock Universe’s Mysteries

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A massive but simple telescope is being made from wire mesh, PVC and telephone poles. A new telescope that is being constructed in the Karoo...

Braamfontein Blazes as Blade Says Fees Cannot be Free for All

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The South African Police Services (SAPS) will be maintaining a strong presence in the Braamfontein area, Johannesburg, this evening after a SAPS vehicle and...

Meet Cape Town Township Masiphumelele’s Budding Violinists

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In a small classroom learners from Masiphumelele are learning a new skill: playing the violin. The outreach program, that takes place on the campus of...

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