When Promise Machimane, 32, was retrenched from her bank job, she struggled to find employment for a number of years, a story that thousands of young people can relate to.
Government has welcomed the Constitutional Court’s ruling that allows Cash Paymaster Services (CPS) to continue paying social grants to eligible beneficiaries for another 12 months.
The South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) will register the names of holders of fake certificates on its website.
South Africa has been able to meet 50% of its target for food production in the fourth quarter of 2016, despite the drought.
Education is the single most important element that can take South Africa forward, says Minister in the Presidency for Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation, Jeff Radebe.
Cabinet at its meeting this week approved that the Department of Basic Education retains the Funza Lushaka Bursary Programme.
Government is set introduce an integrated National Anti-gangsterism Strategy to address the scourge, Cabinet announced on Thursday.
A roadmap to finance the study costs of poor and working class students is needed to address the ongoing university fees protests across the country, government said on Wednesday.
President Jacob Zuma has established a ministerial task team to assist the Minister of Higher Education and Training, Blade Nzimande, to normalise the situation at higher education institutions across South Africa.
As the final test of a long school career beckons for this year’s matrics, Cabinet says all stakeholders in education must work together to ensure that the country’s institutions of higher learning are in a position to receive the Class of 2016.