Blade Nzimande honours Anene Booysen Bredasdorp community receives considerable investment
In memory of Anene Booysen, Higher Education and Training Minister, Dr Blade Nzimande, has initiated a R10 million skills development and job-creation investment in construction-related programmes.
25 Apr 2013
Universities lack disability Deputy Minister Hendrietta Bogopane-Zulu's visit, an important eye-opener
Deputy Minister of the Department of Women, Children and People with Disabilities continues her visits to South African universities to assess their accessibility, admission and treatment of disabled students
10 Apr 2013 - K. S.
Life's too short Life expectancy reduced due to HIV/Aids – Motsoaledi
South Africans can expect to live no longer than 50 years, given the fast-spreading HIV pandemic, says Health Minister Doctor Aaron Motsoaledi
08 Feb 2013 - A. N.
Jobs Fund Is the Jobs Fund doing its job?
Government's Jobs Fund has reportedly spent R3 billion since its launch in 2011 to create 745 jobs – but SA still has more than two million job-seekers, according to latest Quarterly Labour Force Survey.
06 Dec 2012
International Day of Persons With Disabilities DA calls for more employment and skills opportunities
People with disabilities constitute the world's largest minority. However, they continue to face significant barriers in terms of integration in every aspect of political, social, economic and cultural life.
05 Dec 2012
New Seta grant regulations Latest Seta grant regulations include a reduction in the percentage of mandatory grants
The latest grant regulations for the Sector Education and Training Authorities will make employers eligible for a mandatory grant of only 20% from their annual levy – down from 50%.
05 Dec 2012
A sense of entitlement Cape Town's poorer citizens receive title deeds
The City of Cape Town is committed to ensuring all its citizens are given the means to reach their potential and become full and productive citizens.
23 Nov 2012 - T. S.
Epic fail Minister admits a failure to improve education
"The government has failed to improve the quality of education. The gaps between schooling, tertiary education and the job market continues to expand", says Higher Education Minister Blade Nzimande.
15 Nov 2012 - H. D.
Calculating Achievement Gauteng maths student crowned as best in the country
Dylan Nelson and Lourens van Niekerk have been crowned South Africa’s top young mathematicians at an awards evening held at the Protea Hotel in Hilton, Pietermaritzburg, earlier tonight.
15 Oct 2012 - M. L.

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