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THABO MBEKI FIRST of all I would like to congratulate UNISA, including its Council, Senate, the SRC and the Trade Unions for the bold...

Thumbs Up for Northern Cape Education – Deputy Minister Dr Reginah Mhaule

BASIC Education Deputy Minister Dr Reginah Mhaule has commended the Northern Cape Education Department for its commitment towards improving learning outcomes.

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GOVERNMENT and the National Education, Health and Allied Workers Union (Nehawu) have agreed to continue engagement on issues concerning collective bargaining and...

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Teacher Of The Week: Limpopo’s Mokhudu Machaba Is Among 10 Finalists Vying For A U$1m Global Teacher Prize 2020

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Student Entrepreneur’s Digital Library Helps Children To Read

COMPETING in the 2020 Entrepreneurship Intervarsity competition, University of Cape Town (UCT) student Qhawe Bula and his team have developed a unique...

#TuksSport: Q&A With Dr Rendani Mulaudzi, Celebrating His 20 Years Of Service

Dr. Rendani Mulaudzi joined TuksSport in 2000 as a Sports Manager. In 2007, he was appointed as a Deputy Director. With his...

How The SASO Nine Trial And Steve Biko Remain Relevant To Student Protests In South Africa

ANNE HEFFERMAN STUDENT protests swept across South African campuses in 2015 and 2016 under the banner of #FeesMustFall. The...

If Universities Won’t Prepare Africa’s Young For The Future, Afia Amanfo’s Studentshub Will

WHILE teaching high school students in a rural community in Ghana, Afia Bobia Amanfo came into a deeper realisation of the failings...

Times Higher Education Ranks NWU Among Top Six Universities In South Africa

The latest rankings of world universities by Times Higher Education (THE) are another feather in the cap for the North-West University (NWU)....

SASCO Demands Establishment Of A Student Bank, Expansion Of NSFAS

NYAKALLO TEFU THE South African Students Congress has called on President Cyril Ramaphosa to establish a student bank to...

New York Red Bulls Appoints Ex-Kaizer Chiefs Star Bradley Carnell As Interim Head Coach

Bradley Carnell has been named interim head coach by the New York Red Bulls. Carnell, a former South African...

University of Cape Town Retains Its Spot As The Top Tertiary Institution On The African Continent

THE University of Cape Town has retained its spot as the continent’s top university, tying at 155th among more than 1 500 institutions...

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Mbeki: UNISA’s New School of Public and International Affairs Should Avoid Turning Students into Corporate Stooges

THABO MBEKI FIRST of all I would like to congratulate UNISA, including its Council, Senate, the SRC and the...

Case Law Suggests South Africa Must Do More About Disrupted Schooling

MARIETTE REYNEKE SINCE the first case of COVID-19 was reported in South Africa, the question of how to manage...

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JONATHAN JANSEN THERE is a fraud we seldom talk about. It concerns the way in which the title “professor”...

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Teacher Of The Week: Limpopo’s Mokhudu Machaba Is Among 10 Finalists Vying For A U$1m Global Teacher Prize 2020

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Zimbabwe Teachers Union Rejects UNICEF Push to Keep African Schools Open During Pandemic

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Kenyan Teachers Ordered Back to School To Prepare For Reopening

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