Higher education gets R7bn financial aid boost: Higher Education Minister Naledi Pandor says poor students entering university and colleges for the first time will receive an addition R7 billion in financial aid.
JSC ordered to disclose private deliberations of WC judge appointments: In the majority judgment, the Constitutional Court found that a blanket ban on disclosure, rather than a fact-specific case for non-disclosure, is unjustifiable in an open and democratic society.
Saftu: National strike will be peaceful: Saftu has distanced itself from messages doing the rounds on social media warning that Wednesday’s nationwide strike against the proposed minimum wage will be violent.
Former Statistician-General Lehohla awarded honorary doctorate from UKZN: This was to recognise his unprecedented role in evidence-based decision making and advocating for statistics in policy making in South Africa.
Pandor: Higher Education Dept aims to cut number of university dropouts: Minister of Higher Education and Training Naledi Pandor and the Nsfas announced a new funding model which will help 40% of new students.
[WATCH LIVE] Scopa grills SAA on annual report, expenditure: SAA management appears before the Standing Committee on Public Accounts (Scopa) to face questions on its annual report, its expenditure and its financial statement for 2016//117 financial year.
Shops looted, roads blocked as NW protests flare up: Itsoseng, Delerayville, Vryburg and Taung residents blocked roads with tyres and rubble and looted shop, leading to running battles with the police.
Hawks hunt suspects following R30m cash-in-transit heist: They’re accused of targeting an armoured vehicle in Kensington which was en route to deliver cash in Selby, Johannesburg earlier in April.
Investec chairperson called k-word, feared for safety, court hears: Fani Titi reportedly told the court that its extremely egregious for someone to call another the k-word as it portrays a level of danger.
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