Scores of students funded by government at the University of Fort Hare (UFH) are demanding their bursary change from the institution.
Kayser’s Beach residents are fed up with the crumbling road leading into the area, which has become hazardous and is damaging vehicles.
A settlement court order the education department itself agreed to in March has derailed teacher placement plans, compromised its budget, and caused massive instability in schools, claims acting department
The future looks bright for a Grahamstown Grade 10 maths boffin who finished fifth in a national matric mathematics olympiad that drew more than 80000 entrants.
Walter Sisulu University is facing a further possible financial crisis and may need a bailout of R105-million from government.
Two East London high schools have been identified as pilot projects for the implementation of maritime studies in the province, Eastern Cape premier Phumulo Masualle announced yesterday.
An old Roma church building in Needs Camp converted into an illegal shebeen was yesterday closed by police during a raid on the village.
A ban on pigeon racing will not be enforced until new environment regulations outlawing the popular sport have been amended.