NWU’s Eloff quits post prematurely10/3/2014 10:05
The outcry following a leaked video showing students at North West University (NWU) Potchefstroom campus giving a Nazi-style salute during an initiation ritual has resulted in the termination of vice-chancellor Dr Theuns Eloff’s tenure at the institution.
Top teachers recognised10/3/2014 9:59
There was jubilation all round when the department of education welcomed teachers from Bloemfontein who received top honours in several categories at the annual National Teaching Awards ceremony held at a glittering function in Boksburg, Johannesburg.
Two dolphins rescued in WCape10/3/2014 9:37
Two dolphins were rescued from Langebaan Lagoon in the Western Cape after getting stranded, the National Sea Rescue Institute said
Zabalaza celebrates democracy10/3/2014 8:35
The annual Zabalaza Theatre Festival kicked off at the weekend at the Baxter Theatre, Cape Town, with a spectacular opening ceremony, celebrating 20 years of democracy.
Teachers to gain training in India10/3/2014 8:32
The 10 best-performing mathematics and physical science teachers from several schools in the Durban South region will be sent for extra educational training in India.
Students rescued10/3/2014 8:29
Premier Nomvula Mokonyane has come to the rescue of 240 students fraudulently placed at Westcol Further Education and Training college on the West Rand under the pretext of the Presidential Anti-Drug Intervention Project.
Lekota defends Malema: report10/3/2014 6:42
Cope leader Mosiuoa Lekota defended EFF leader Julius Malema at the weekend, saying his income source needed to be revealed, according to newspaper reports on Monday.
Israel reminds me of apartheid: Tutu10/3/2014 6:22
The racially segregated roads and housing in Israel was a reminder of the conditions experienced in South Africa during apartheid, Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu said on Sunday.
Oscar trial to resume10/3/2014 6:15
Murder-accused paralympic athlete Oscar Pistorius's trial will enter its second week on Monday in the High Court in Pretoria.
Confident of Gauteng majority: ANC10/3/2014 6:08
The Gauteng ANC provincial executive committee remained confident that the ruling party would win the province with an overwhelming majority later this year, provincial secretary David Makhura said on Sunday.
Krejcir-linked man back in court10/3/2014 5:59
Owen Serero, allegedly linked to the attempted murder of investigators in the case against Czech fugitive Radovan Krejcir, is expected to appear in the Johannesburg Magistrate's Court on Monday.
Limpopo roads closed due to rain9/3/2014 17:54
Some of Limpopo roads were on Sunday closed following heavy rainfall for the past few days, which left at least one person missing after being swept away.