The majority of urban South Africans feel corruption has become a way of life, according to a survey released on Tuesday (10/01/2012).
Dept to act after woman killed in university application stampede
JOHANNESBURG – The higher education department was considering halting last-minute university applications after a woman was killed in a stampede at the University of Johannesburg on Tuesday 910/01/2012), Minister Blade Nzimande said.
Outrage over plan to build offices on Chapman’s Peak
Civic groups and environmentalists have lashed out at plans to build a two storey luxury office block on Cape Town’s scenic Chapman’s Peak Drive, the Cape Times newspaper reported on Tuesday (10/01/2012).
East Cape teacher shortage panic
THOUSANDS of pupils across Nelson Mandela Bay and other parts of the Eastern Cape will have books and stationery, transport and a daily meal from tomorrow as schools reopen – but there may not be enough teachers, some principals fear.
Parents feel the pinch as school costs rise
MANY first-time primary and high school pupils will undoubtedly feel nervous when schools in the Eastern Cape open tomorrow, but cash- strapped parents may be even more stressed as they count the cost of buying school uniforms.
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