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The rate of success can be compared with sowing a fruit plantation according to Manenzhe Manenzhe , Chief Financal Officer of Parliament.

Eighteen new schools which will cater for learners with special educational needs are to be built this financial year in the Gauteng province, says Gauteng Department of Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi.

Deputy Minister for National Planning and Monitoring and Evaluation in the Presidency, Buti Manamela, says African challenges cannot be dealt with without academic excellence.

The UCT Faculty of Commerce is the only institution on the African continent to make the prestigious Eduniversal Masters ranking for 2014/2015.

At the beginning of this year, President Jacob Zuma boldly declared 2015 as the Year of the Freedom Charter and Unity in Action.

Higher Education and Training Deputy Minister Mduduzi Manana says government is reviewing the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) Act with the aim of improving the scheme to support students from poor backgrounds.

The Gauteng Department of Education has suspended its plans to withdraw the licence of Curro Roodeplaat School, in Pretoria, pending the implementation of interventions by Curro Holdings.

CDC kicks off flagship programme to restore academic excellence in Nelson Mandela Bay schools

As matric learners will be sitting for their final year examinations in the coming few months, Cabinet has called on the Class of 2015 to apply early for admission to institutions of higher learning as part of the Apply Now/Khetha Career Guidance Campaign.

Are you interested in furthering your studies? While a university degree can be beneficial there are other learning options for those who cannot afford or don't qualify for university entrance. Here are some alternative's that might better suit your budget and career aspirations.

The Seta has appointed brand ambassadors at Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) colleges and Higher Education and Training institutions across the country.

The University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business (UCT GSB) has developed a new specialisation option designed to support retail managers in difficult economic times – especially those wanting to expand into Africa.

Students at Tshwane University of Technology (TUT), in Soshanguve, say the visit by President Jacob Zuma has showed that government cares and that the current problems they have would be addressed.

Following the world’s first skin graft surgery in the Western Cape recently, a healthcare management expert says more innovations such as these depend on better management in the healthcare system.

President Jacob Zuma will undertake a Siyahlola Monitoring visit to Tshwane University of Technology, (TUT) in Soshanguve on Tuesday, 23 June 2015, to assess the effectiveness of government interventions aimed at supporting youth to acquire higher and post-school education and skills.

A ‘Regional Scholarship and Innovation Fund’ for Africa was launched on 13th June 2015.

The University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business (UCT GSB) now allows students on its Postgraduate Diploma in Management Practice to specialise in health care leadership.

A commitment to increase access to education for young children in marginalised communities in South Africa has earned Lebo Sekhotla – a third year student at Monash South Africa (MSA) – global recognition for her work

Africa’s top business school - the University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business, launches two new courses on impact investing to bridge a critical knowledge gap on the continent.

Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga says the department will roll-out the Incremental Introduction of African Languages (IIAL) to over 3 500 schools across the country as this will go a long way in contributing to social cohesion.

It is becoming increasingly evident that South Africa’s current education system needs a significant and long-term overhaul.

Five South African universities, which were previously under-resourced, have received a R30 million boost for health research.

The June holidays provide the perfect opportunity for matriculants to investigate their higher education options for next year, and get their applications in before the avalanche of enrollment forms hit administrators’ desks later in the year, an education expert says.

Are you looking for financial assistance to further your studies? The idea of a student loan may seem intimidating but researching your options will put your mind at ease and help you make an informed decision.

Course for artists builds much-needed bridge between creative professionals and business.

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