After Minister Blade Nzimande announces that he is working on a task team and says 'there is no free education for all', a Professor from Stellenbosch University comes to believe that there is a sustainable solution for the issue of free education, and a task team is not part of the solution. 

Even though the national shutdown has been called off, students are continuing to protest and take to the streets. The public is fed up but the SA Union of Students argues that students have every right to protest.

Student protests have escalated to a nationwide shutdown and students say they aren't demanding anything they weren't already promised.

Feenix calls on the government and citizens of South Africa, to help raise funds and assist the youth in funding their students. CEO of Feenix believes that if we work together we can achieve the best results for a better South Africa.

Schools across South Africa have been struggling financially due to the effects that the Covid-19 pandemic and the lockdown have had on the economy and the ability for parents to work. Some schools are now making use of an online platform for fundraising. 

The Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development, Advocate Michael Masutha, has undertaken to assist the Fees Must Fall campaign student activists to approach the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA).

Grade 12s should already be well into researching their study options for 2019 and should aim to beat the rush and submit their applications sooner rather than later, whether it be for a public university or private higher education institution, an expert says.

Higher Education and Training Minister Naledi Pandor says progress has been made to ensure that the new bursary scheme is implemented successfully.

The Limpopo Department of Education will open its Grade 1 and 8 applications for 2019.

"President Zuma has responded to the Fees Must Fall campaign with a major announcement on student fees for varsity and college students. "