Former president Thabo Mbeki fielded tough questions about #FeesMustFall as well as public dissatisfaction with the ANC at Unisa.
Police have fired stun grenades to disperse protesting students at Wits while two students were taken to Hillbrow Police Station.
The ANC’s Freedom Charter has never propagated for free education for all, only for those “who are poor”.
Davies unveils liquor bill saying: ‘It can’t be business as usual’
'He's hardly shown an interest'
Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) vice-chancellor believes his students were used by other institutions during the first #FeesMustFall protests.
Wits University management said on Monday if protest action continued, this year’s academic programme could be shut down.
SA has to make difficult choices Commission of Inquiry into Higher Education and Training hears.
Members to be audited in bid to rein in corruption
For the first time since 1959, a South African ambassador will chair the board of the International Atomic Energy Agency.
'It will come to right resolution' on same-sex unions– Tutu-Van Furth
Doctors without Borders recall hit on hospital that killed 42
CPUT announces that classes at all of its campuses have been suspended.
ANC’s top decision-making body, the National Executive Committee (NEC) orders the SABC Board to fire him.
The proposed sugar tax will only be effective if it is a part of a wider approach to address obesity.