Palestinians in the Gaza Strip have taken to the streets to protest against the massacre of the members of the Rohingya Muslim minority in Myanmar.
Johannesburg - South African teachers on average spend less than 50% of their teaching time in class each week, the Sunday Times reported.
Despite Motshekga claiming the media have overplayed the textbook scandal, a report shows 70% of Grade 10 pupils in 25 Limpopo schools failed exams.
Johannesburg - Bullying of young people between Grade 8 and 12 in Gauteng was on the rise, especially cyber-bullying, according to a study released by Unisa's Youth Research Unit (YRU) on Sunday.
A United Nations independent human rights expert today condemned Israel’s use of solitary confinement against Palestinian children, and urged the Israeli Government to treat such detainees in accordance with international human rights laws.
Muslim Rohingyas are increasingly being hit with targeted attacks that have included killings, rape and physical abuse, Amnesty International (AI) said Friday.
The Security Council today renewed the mandate of United Nations observers tasked with monitoring the cessation of violence in Syria and the full implementation of the international peace plan put forward to end the on-going crisis.
Thousands of South African children were still being used for child labour, Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant said on Thursday.
Johannesburg - South Africa's youth has largely lost faith in President Jacob Zuma's ability to govern the country, a survey has found.