The Drop-All-And-Read is a national campaign created to promote the importance and value of reading in schools and beyond.

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa says a proposal to deal with the problem of fake qualifications is being prepared and will soon be presented to Cabinet for approval.

The Department of Basic Education says it is ready to administer both the Annual National Assessment and the Grade 12 National Senior Certificate examinations for 2015.

The Portfolio Committee on Higher Education and Training will this morning hold a meeting with the Stellenbosch University management following allegations of racism and violence at the institution.

The newly launched Teacher Appreciation and Support Programme (TASP) is expected to attract qualified teachers into the profession and improve teacher morale.

With exams looming for high school learners and students at higher education institutions, thousands will face the challenge with the added hurdle of having to contend with a learning disability.

The applications for funding are currently open for students wishing to study at selected public universities and TVET colleges.

The Stellenbosch University management is expected to appear in Parliament to table their transformation plans to the Portfolio Committee on Higher Education and Training.

Students with disabilities will soon be able to move around with ease and have more access to universities and Technical, Vocational Education and Training (TVET) colleges.

Fifty-three scholarship recipients will be following their dreams in China at the end of the month.

As technology becomes an ever increasing element of our daily lives, educational specialists will gather to discuss how best to incorporate it in schools. However, technology cannot solve learning problems, caution Edublox.

The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) has opened online applications for 2016 financial aid for poor and deserving students.

A proposal by students that government form a student advisory panel on issues of development was welcomed by Minister of Small Business Development Lindiwe Zulu in Cape Town.

The Department of Water and Sanitation will take three learners from Matlhari High School in Limpopo to participate in the World Water Week in Stockholm, Sweden.

Do you have difficulty concentrating when you need to study? Here are some pointers to help you focus.

Learners with disabilities will soon be able start school at an early age and access their local neighbourhood schools.

President Jacob Zuma will visit the UCT Graduate School of Business to discuss the role of development finance on the continent with students.

Applications for the Allan Gray Orbis Foundation Fellowship close on the 31st of August 2015.

Minister of Planning, Performance, Monitoring and Evaluation, Jeff Radebe, has encouraged learners in Pretoria to work hard in school in spite of the challenges they face.

21 system entrepreneurs from around the world gathered at the UCT Graduate School of Business for the 2nd leg of an ambitious new global fellowship programme which seeks to find innovative ways to tackle complex social and environmental problems at their roots.

Candidates, whose results were nullified following an investigation involving group copying in the 2014 National Senior Certificate (NSC) examination, have been given 21 days to appeal the nullification of their results.

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has called on companies across all sectors of the economy to adopt a Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) college to help with skills development and job creation.

Is a BCom the right study path for you? This abbreviation is often thrown about in Grade 12 classrooms but what does a BCom qualification mean?

Matrics can now access this powerful online tool to help them prepare for exams.

Business course builds much-needed bridge between creative professionals and business.


Subscribe to Education