Teachers Union, SADTU calls for funding to be allocated to psychosocial support for education workers after the mental and emotional strain they experienced over the last few years due to the Covid-19 pandemic. 

Teacher unions are not pleased with the decision made by the Department of Basic Education to stop the teacher incentives policy. The decision was gazetted by Minister Angie Motshekga.

The Department of Basic Education has decided to no longer provide teachers incentives. Minister Angie Motshekga explains the reason for the withdrawal of the incentive policy.

The Head Boy of Curro Durbanville High School is rejoicing after winning a category award and $1000 prize money at The Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) held in Atlanta, the USA earlier this month.

Studying for exams can be very draining, so it is essential to unwind from a strenuous studying period even if you enjoy the process. Here are some things you can do to unwind after studying.

A Randfontein school had a rough start to the 2022 school year after a series of events led to violent fights on the school premises. The Gauteng Department of Education has confirmed that it has received a report on the incidents that took place at the school.


It appears that gun violence continues to plague schools across the country, with the latest casualty being a teacher at a High School in KwaZulu-Natal. The incident has prompted a response from one of the country's biggest teacher unions.


The recommended Learner-To-Teacher (LER) ratio in South African schools is 30:1. However, this is not the case for most schools, which face of a number of issues that affect learners in the long run.


Convicted Walter Sisulu University (WSU) student, Sibongile Mani, who was accused of stealing NSFAS funds that were mistakenly deposited to her recently received news that she may have a chance to contest her conviction in court. Here is what the group sympathetic to Mani has had to say in response to the ruling.

Since the first month of the schooling year, the Gauteng province has had gruesome incidents that resulted in the education community being in mourning due to school violence. This has led to teacher unions calling for serious interventions.


South Africa has a shortage of veterinarian professionals, but this could soon change as the Health and Welfare Sector Education and Training Authority (HWSETA) has launched a programme that will help close the gap.


Cases of misconduct remain an issue within schools, as schools are meant to be a safe environment for learners. Most recently, a school in the Western Cape has found itself at the centre of this misconduct. 

The Department of Basic Education has released data about Early Childhood Development (ECD). The department has committed to more partnerships in proving a bright early start for children.

Gauteng Education has 35 schools of specialization. The education department has announced the admission process that applicants will undergo along with important timelines that parents ought to know.

The Equal Education Law Centre has taken legal action against the Western Cape Education Department over seven learners who have not been placed at a school in the Metro East District. 


In this first quarter of the school year, a few provinces had announced the opening of their school admissions. The Northern Cape Department of Education (NCDE) has now confirmed dates for its 2023 Online Admissions.


As the South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) disburses social grants to millions of South Africans, the Agency has made an announcement that will impact the payouts of its beneficiaries.

The Department of Basic Education (DBE) had its largest number of matric candidates for its 2021 final examinations. The Education Department has great news for the current cohort of matriculants.


Each school has its own disciplinary measures written in a code of conduct. However, experts believe that parents and guardians don't know enough about the processes that should be followed.


The Department of Basic Education in KwaZulu-Natal has come under scrutiny regarding its recruitment process when it comes to hiring educators. This is what the department has had to say in response to these claims.