Today marks the start of Anti-Racism Week during which South Africans are encouraged to take on racism by learning about it, talking about it, speaking out against it and acting to stop it.
The Department of Basic Education says it has made progress in creating a conducive environment to ensure learners with disabilities receive quality education.
There is a need to promote youth work in South Africa by exploring practices from around the globe with the view of professionalising youth work
Musa Canga, a 21-year-old South African, has encouraged his peers to participate in the 2016 Local Government Elections, to realise transformation and improve service delivery in their communities.
Trade and Industry Deputy Minister Mzwandile Masina says small, micro and medium enterprises (SMMEs) are significant drivers of job creation and economic growth and large companies need to invest in them to ensure their development.
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa says a significant announcement relating to deliberations on the national minimum wage will be made in the coming months.
Cabinet has condemned the violent student protests which have disrupted studies at some universities and led to the destruction of property.
The University of Johannesburg (UJ) says it is investigating allegations of a registration scam run by a former member of its Student Representative Council (SRC).
People with disabilities and youth who dropped out of school, will now have a second chance at making a living, thanks to the Oasis Skills Development Centre in Upington, Northern Cape.
The office of the Free State Premier has welcomed the resumption of classes at the University of the Free State (UFS).