21 November 2016 10:15 PM
Gilad Isaacs from the National Minimum Wage Initiative describes how the proposed national minimum wage affects the average citizen.
21 November 2016 11:55 AM
A final decision on the issue would be announced after further consultations between business, labour and other stakeholders.
State Security Minister told journalists that he knows student leader Mcebo Dlamini, but later denied knowing him in Parliament.
David Mahlobo told the media that he knew Mcebo Dlamini and later denied knowledge of him to Parliament - who is fooling who?
Advocate George Bizos, took a trip down memory lane with John Robbie at the Joburg Cricket Club (JCC).
Peter Hain says the fee system, similar to Britain's, is dysfunctional and creates hardship and great unrest in the country.
Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi says high costs of private education put undue pressure on public schools.
Nomfundo Walaza looked at the role of civil society 'minding the gap', and psychological fallout of Fees Must Fall protests.
Bailed Wits student leader has told Vice Chancellor Adam Habib a deferred exam is not enough - students need two opportunities.
Psychologist, human rights activist and acting director at Inyathelo, Nomfundo Walaza, is the #FridayStandIn for the Redi Tlhabi.
Mcebo Dlamini's lawyer Dali Mpofu has argued the charges are politically motivated and meant to silence Fees Must Fall activists.
Several private vehicles, Golden Arrow buses, Metro police vehicles as well as a number of buildings were damaged by protesters.
Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT) has suspended face-to-face teaching due to ongoing violent student protests.
What started out as a peaceful but tense demonstration, quickly turned violent after clashes broke out between protesters and police.
Mashaba has blamed the ANC for frustration which has built up among City of Joburg residents.
Pravin Gordhan has condemned violence during student protests and urged students to allow the academic programme to be completed.
As Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan delivered medium term budget speech in Parly today, Fees Must Fall protesters gathered outside.
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan signed a memorandum presented by a large group of demonstrators outside Parliament's gates.
The #FeesMustFall have taken the protests to parliament, planning to disrupt the mid-term budget speech by Pravin Gordhan.
Former ConCourt judge talks about #feesmustfall and need for SA Constitution to stand strong against attempts to undermine it.
What is the "independent university” landscape like? Bruce Whitfield interviews Dr Jane Hofmeyr.
Government, university management and students are yet to reach a consensus on how best to make higher education more accesible.
Wits management has denounced the violence that has continued on campus as police and students clash and wants talks.
Jay Naidoo says solutions for free education should not be left in hands of vice chancellors but violence is not the answer.
The meeting at the Holy Trinity Church near Wits University main campus includes Jay Naidoo, Max Sisulu and Sello Hatang.
Wits students protesting for free decolonised education for all are set to have a mass meeting to discuss way forward.
Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi says old school name changes need to happen even though it is a long legal process.
Wits student protestor Dlamini denied bail and will remain in police custody until he appears in court again next month.
The University of Witwatersrand former SRC leader will remain in custody for three days.
Students believe his arrest is an attempt by the university to destabilise the Fees Must Fall movement by targeting leaders.
Fees Must Fall activists singing the national anthem with a new melody and phrases calling it a 'decolonised national anthem'.
Fassiah Haasan and Vice Chancellor Prof. Adam Habib disagree on events that led to the cancellation of the general assembly.
At a meeting held to discuss a way forward, the management and students could not agree on terms and procedures for assembly.
The academic programme will resume on Monday after Wits management failed to reach a consensus on the matter.
The university suspended lectures again this week to return to negotiations on how to attain free education at the university.
There are now different groups led by seniour leaders, including Advocate Dali Mpofu and Prof. Pitika Ntuli, supporting students.
As violence erupts at Wits, VC does not want future of 37 000 students put at risk and EFF's Dali Mpofu says he witnessed it.
Police have arrived to disperse protesting students at Wits university.
29 September 2016 4:51 PM
Digital activist and academic Colin Thakur says the decision to use SMS voting for the Wits referendum is flawed for many reasons.
28 September 2016 1:57 PM
Johan Burger tackles claims that police are violent and brutal when dealing with protesters as there isn't proper monitoring.
27 September 2016 12:56 PM
A group of students were arrested after walking into a meeting where Nzimande was addressing the board of alumni about protests.
27 September 2016 10:12 AM
Wits students will have their say on whether or not classes resume after the protest enters it's second week.
26 September 2016 12:57 PM
Habib says he had received letters from students saying they need to finish their studies and that the protests are not fair.
21 September 2016 11:58 AM
Wits University beefs up security and a meeting is held to find a way forward.
20 September 2016 12:03 PM
Students at Wits University are demanding free education for all not just the poor.