President Jacob Zuma says more young people need to be involved in governance to ensure that Africa speedily attains the goals it has set itself through the Agenda 2063, the continent’s flagship plan.
Failure to use simple, clear and consistent language can undermine global responses to the urgent threat of bacteria that are resistant to available antibiotics.
Award-winning drama Boy Ntulikazi, on stage at the Baxter in May, examines the far-reaching implications of decisions made and their impact on future generations.
Three South African learners will participate in the International Sustainable World Energy, Engineering, and Environment Project Olympiad (I-SWEEEP) that kicks off today in the United States, said Eskom.
The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) has urged students, who received funding, to sign their Loan Agreement Forms (LAFs) to avoid funding retraction.
The online admission for Grades 1 and 8 for the 2018 academic year in Gauteng have officially started today, says the Gauteng Department of Education.
The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) has since 2013 funded more than two million students studying at South Africa’s public Universities and Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) colleges.
It's been an emotional few days for bereaved learners, teachers and the community of Sokhulimi Village, in Mpumalanga, as they mourn the death of eighteen learners and two adults, who died in a tragic accident in Bronkhorstspruit, on Friday.
The Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, Senzeni Zokwana, is set to visit agriculture colleges as part of Government Imbizo Focus Week.
President Jacob Zuma on Wednesday used his 75th birthday celebrations to cement his position as the country’s head and ease the concerns of his supporters amid growing calls for his removal.