Education activist Hendrick Makaneta says government should pay maths teachers five times more than their current salary package.
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According to EWN the man alleged shot by police officer after failing to stop at roadblock is a government employee.
Panyaza Lesufi says Saturday schools and progression of learners policy contributed to the achievement in 2016 matric results.
As the ANC prepares for its 105th celebrations, ANC NEC member Nomvula Mokonyane says the party wants to work on self-correction.
Congolese President Joseph Kabila will step down after elections which will be held before the end of 2017.
Judge Hans Fabricius says it's incorrect for AfriForum to say Eskom decided, out of a blue, to disconnect power supply.
DA Basic Education shadow minister says assurance body Umalusi failed to provide evidence for decision to adjust matric marks.
AfriForum has applied for an urgent interdict in the High Court in Pretoria to stop Eskom from cutting electricity to municipalities.
Dr Charlotte Ingram from the SA Bone Marrow Registry talks about the importance of becoming a stem cell donor.