ANA tests must go ahead - education dept

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The education department has told primary schools that they have to start writing their Annual National Assessment tests.

‘It was having no benefit’ - school principal who axed homework

2015-11-24 14:21

Sun Valley Primary school principal Gavin Keller says the decision to remove homework from their pupils' schedule is a logical one, and that the results have spoken for themselves.

We don't know what to do - TUT students

2015-11-23 12:56

Calm has returned to the Tshwane University of Technology's Soshanguve campuses after violent protests. Now students just want the administration to tell them whether they must stay for exams or go home.

Vandals halt CPUT Bellville exams again

2015-11-23 09:37

Exams have once again been brought to a halt for CPUT students at the Bellville campus after examination venues were vandalised.

TUT exams 'postponed indefinitely'

2015-11-22 21:02

All examinations at the Tshwane University of Technology’s Soshanguve North and South campuses have been postponed indefinitely, the university has said on its website.

Halls, cars set alight at TUT campus

2015-11-22 12:48

Three halls have been set alight at the Tshwane University of Technology’s Soshanguve campus during a protest, Gauteng police say.

Unanimous support for Maties English plan - SRC

2015-11-20 20:36

All Stellenbosch University student representative structures have come out in support of the proposal to have English as the primary language of instruction, the SRC says.

Zuma brings out big guns for Fort Hare centenary

2015-11-20 13:16

President Jacob Zuma is determined that next year's centenary celebrations at the University of Fort Hare will be a "historical occasion" – and he is bringing out the big guns to ensure its success,

Nobody will be kicked out of res - #FeesMustFall leader

2015-11-19 12:35

Student leaders at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology have warned that if any student is removed from its residences, they would approach the courts for an interdict.

Teacher accused of calling SGB members the K-word

2015-11-18 17:59

A Free State maths teacher has allegedly used the k-word with school governing body members in a message, says education department spokesperson Howard Ndaba.


The pupils are bullying us - Roodepoort Primary principal

2015-11-24 16:18

Teachers at the troubled Roodepoort Primary School are still being insulted and bullied by pupils, Principal Nomathemba Molefe says.

CPUT cancels exams due to ongoing unrest

2015-11-23 21:56

The Cape Peninsula University of Technology has cancelled exams until further notice due to prolonged protest action.

TUT students blame 'bouncers' for campus violence

2015-11-23 11:37

Security guards provoked violence at the Tshwane University of Technology's Soshanguve South campus at the weekend, student leaders claim.

We just want to write our exams - TUT students

2015-11-23 09:00

Tshwane University of Technology students are living in fear as the institution is gripped by violent protests that have seen university property damaged.

SACP blames EFF for continuing protest at UWC

2015-11-22 20:00

Jeremy Cronin has blamed the EFF and Pasma for the looting and disruption of exams at UWC.

End to outsourcing, debt relief for students at NMMU

2015-11-21 18:38

The Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University Council has announced the end of outsourcing at the institution.

North West University rector to leave post a month early

2015-11-20 18:48

North West University Rector Herman van Schalkwyk will vacate his post a month before his contract ends, the institution has announced.

UWC scraps 1st, 2nd-year exams

2015-11-19 21:33

The University of the Western Cape (UWC) has scrapped its end-of-year exams for first- and second-year students, but final-year students will continue to write.

Maties academics, staff support English plan

2015-11-18 21:17

A group of more than 220 academics and professional support services staff at Stellenbosch University have come out in support of the proposal to have English as the primary language of instruction at the institution.

I am tired of trouble - CPUT student

2015-11-18 16:18

Students wheeling suitcases and carrying tog bags have started making their way out of the residences of the Cape Peninsula University of Technology's Bellville campus.

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