Grade 12 pupil’s scientific research project has earned her a full bursary to study at a South African university of her choice.
Gcinani Mazibuko (18), from Bethamoya High School in Madadeni near Newcastle, impressed judges at the Eskom
Matric students who find themselves without a place to further their studies this year should not despair as there are alternatives out there.
Most matric pupils aspire to study at top higher learning institutions but when January comes around,
Pedal power propels Western Cape communities’ journey towards empowerment and success.
Over 1 500 people in rural communities in the Western Cape no longer have to walk long distances, thanks to the Bicycling Empowerment Network (BEN).
Teacher’s commitment to excellence and the improvement of her pupils has been rewarded by the Gauteng Department of Education.
Salome Mofokeng (27), a teacher at Lebohang Secondary School in Boipatong, won the Excellence in Secondary School
The Department of Higher Education is finalising the Policy Framework on Gender-Based Violence (GBV) in the Post-School Education and Training System.
This is according to Minister Blade Nzimande, who said the policy framework is expected
President Cyril Ramaphosa says the passing of His Majesty King Zwelonke Sigcawu is a reminder to people to use time wisely in performing good deeds and being of service to others.
“His Majesty’s passing is a reminder of the shortness