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Lindiwe Zulu announced that SASSA has begun the process of suspending social grants, except for the foster care payments, paid to 177 108 public servants.
An engineering lecturer at the Mangosuthu University of Technology has been suspended following allegations of sexual harassment. MUT has issued a statement in response to the allegations against the lecturer.
The South African Democratic Teachers Union (SADTU) is calling for changes to be made to the current academic calendars that inland and coastal schools follow. The union believes this change will be good for the schooling system,
The community of Phuku Village Sekhukhune, Limpopo has been left devastated after three of its pupils were murdered. The three children's bodies were discovered a few weeks after they went missing
The Constitutional Court has ruled that Unisa must revise its language policy to include Afrikaans as a medium of teaching and learning. This after it found the decision to phase out Afrikaans as a medium for teaching and learning was in violation of section 29 of the Constitution.