Concerned Consulting Engineers South Africa (CESA)’s Young Professionals Forum (YPF) are in solidarity with the students at tertiary institutions across the country in their fight against exorbitant fees and fee increases.
Government has introduced a R20 million project to help small, medium and micro-sized enterprises (SMMEs) grow sustainability.
Higher Education and Training Minister Blade Nzimande has called on students to uphold their side of the agreement and return to their classes.
Late learner applications at schools continue to be a problem, despite massive communication about cut-off dates by provinces.
As the 2015 Grade 12 examinations commence, MEC for Education in Limpopo, Ishmael Kgetjepe has urged all community members to support learners and refrain from any conduct that may disturb the examination.
The Department of Basic Education says it’s all systems go for the 2015 National Senior Certificate (NSC) examinations which commences on Monday.
President Jacob Zuma has a short while ago announced that there will be a zero increase in university fees in 2016.
Higher Education Minister Blade Nzimande withheld for three years a report that found free university education was viable, according to a report.
President Jacob Zuma will meet with the management and leadership of universities as well as student leaders on Friday to discuss the stalemate regarding university fee increases.
The South African Police Service (SAPS) has dispelled rumours that students who were protesting outside Parliament have been charged with treason.