The Career Expo organised for learners was hailed as a success by the organisers and learners that attended.
Iequality in education is evident in the lack of laboratories for the teaching of science in poor schools
The author argues that the film does not tell the whole story of the #FeesMustFall movement, especially how the fight for free, quality higher education had long been waged at historically black campuses.
A study conducted by the HSRC and commissioned by Grassroots Soccer and Soul City Institute show alarming rates of sexual violence towards primary school girls in Khayelitsha.
The poor cannot see the community engagements on changing the Constitution to expropriate land without compensation.
School security remains one of the biggest problems in the Western Cape. Four primary schools were robbed at gunpoint during the month of May. The Western Cape Education Department has put up R10,000 reward for information leading to the arrests ,of culprits. School principals and Equal Education believe the reward does not address the problem of school safety.
Walter Sisulu University management has claimed poverty as a reason for not attending to student complaints and demands for improved conditions in the university’s residences.
The Eastern Cape Education MEC recently visited the school where a Grade R learner drowned in a pit-latrine and promised to build toilets.
Students at Walter Sisulu University in Butterworth have shut the Ibika campus following the withdrawal of accreditation for the civil engineering degree and student leaders are busy negotiating with management on this and other issues.
Accommodation problems at some institutions of higher learning in Eastern Cape have affected learning and teaching.
Sources of funding for free higher education still remain a mystery and the panelists, students and education activists attending a symposium on the topic at Tshisimani Centre were concerned that other government programs might be affected.