Basic education’s new infrastructure norms do not deal with issues of capacity and accountability.
That's the message to the basic education department from experts in early childhood development.
The department of education should insist that matric markers are properly qualified.
A group of concerned parents have taken a Northern Cape primary school to court for forcing its pupils to learn in English.
More than 100 pupils have to share a single toilet at over half of the high schools in Tembisa, found nongovernmental organisation Equal Education.
Meals are back in 11 Limpopo schools after legal action, but the lost teaching time worries principals.
Concourt ‘regrets’ the lack of national norms that determine when a school is full .
Despite government's national school feeding scheme, pupils at Tshinavhe Secondary School have been left hungry, says rights organisation Section27.
So what can we expect from government and educators to make schools safe?