There is much meaning that can be found in the saying “knowledge is power”. Knowledge makes you competitive, functional and creates a capacity to earn a living. Knowledge, however, comes at a price which not everyone can afford and which the government cannot provide to everyone. In this article, we look at the extent to which the right to education at government’s cost, is covered in law by looking at the High Court case of Mahapa v Minister of Higher Education and Another (2017/01217)  ZAGPJHC 9.
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