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All 26 SA Universities Aim To Complete Academic Year In 2021 – Higher Education Ministry

OUT of 26 universities in South Africa, 19 were at low risk and seven at medium risk when the report was compiled...

Class of 2020 Ready For Exams, Says Western Cape Education MEC

NYAKALLO TEFU WESTERN Cape Education MEC Debbie Schafer says preparations are complete and it’s all systems go for the...

Eastern Cape Plans To Shut Down More Than 1 000 Small, Unviable Schools, Says MEC Gade

NYAKALLO TEFU EASTERN Cape Education MEC Fundile Gade has vowed to shut down just over 1 000 small, unviable...

Mcebo Dlamini: Should We Tell Matriculants The Truth About Tertiary Education?

IN A taxi on the freeway, windows are sweating and people are squeezed inside almost to a point of suffocating. A red...
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Teacher Wandile Makhubu Started One Of The Best-performing High Schools In Gauteng

WANDILE James Makhubu from Unity Secondary School has reflected on his 36 years in the profession. He said he...
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All 26 SA Universities Aim To Complete Academic Year In 2021 – Higher Education Ministry

OUT of 26 universities in South Africa, 19 were at low risk and seven at medium risk when the report was compiled...

Over 30 Fort Hare Students Now In Quarantine After Attending ‘Wild’ Tavern Parties

NYAKALLO TEFU THE Eastern Cape Health Department has launched a testing and tracing campaign following a recent outbreak of...

Confidential Report Exposes The Rot At Centre Of NSFAS

NYAKALLO TEFU A report by NEHAWU tabled in Parliament has detailed how National Students Financial Scheme’s administrator Randall Carolissen...

Nehawu Alleges Corrupt Relationship Between Blade Nzimande And NSFAS Administrator

NYAKALLO TEFU THE National Education and Health Allied Workers' Union (Nehawu) has submitted a presentation to a parliamentary...

New NMU Deputy Vice-Chancellor: Engagement And Transformation

NELSON Mandela University has appointed human rights activist and eminent scholar, Professor André Keet, as its new Deputy Vice-Chancellor: Engagement and Transformation.

Fort Hare’s SRC President Siphiwo Ngcenge Calls On Students To Pull Together To Make The “New Norm” A Success

ARETHA LINDEN AS the university gets ready to welcome all students back on campus under the level 1 Risk...

Egypt’s University Students Will Have Reduced Weekly Attendance: Higher Education Minister

STUDENTS at Egyptian universities will not physically attend lectures at faculties on a daily basis, according to Minister of Higher Education and...

A Day In The Life Of A COVID-19 Essential Worker At The University Of Free State

VALENTINO NDABA RIA Deysel, Director of Facilities Management in University Estates, is one of a small group of staff...

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Mcebo Dlamini: Should We Tell Matriculants The Truth About Tertiary Education?

IN A taxi on the freeway, windows are sweating and people are squeezed inside almost to a point of suffocating. A red...

When Education Is Neglected, There Can Be No Progress

WHEN we take a brief look at the history of education, we know that it did not evolve as an end in...

OPINION| An Equal Byte Of The Apple – Women In 4IR

DR SHIRLEY MAHLASE  THE previous three industrial revolutions leave behind intergenerational, socio-political, economic, environmental, technological legacies in their...

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A recently published Government Gazette will allow for the resumption of some sports  in South African schools. The Gazette...

Billionaire Robert F. Smith Donates $50 Million To HBCU STEM Education Initiative

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Gunmen Storm School In Cameroon, Killing At Least 7 Learners

GUNMEN stormed a school in Cameroon on Saturday and opened fire indiscriminately, killing at least six children and wounding about eight more...

EC MEC Fundile Gade Lambasts SITA For Taking R528m Matric Tablet Contract To Court

NYAKALLO TEFU THE Eastern Cape Education MEC Fundile Gade slammed the State Information Technology Agency (SITA) for questioning the...

Limpopo Education MEC Polly Boshielo Defends Centralization of PPE Contracts

NYAKALLO TEFU LIMPOPO MEC for Education MEC Polly Boshielo has defended her department’s decision to centralize personal protective equipment...

Over 30 Fort Hare Students Now In Quarantine After Attending ‘Wild’ Tavern Parties

NYAKALLO TEFU THE Eastern Cape Health Department has launched a testing and tracing campaign following a recent outbreak of...

Confidential Report Exposes The Rot At Centre Of NSFAS

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Teacher Wandile Makhubu Started One Of The Best-performing High Schools In Gauteng

WANDILE James Makhubu from Unity Secondary School has reflected on his 36 years in the profession. He said he...
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Health Education Could Benefit Neurotic College Students

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COVID-19: This Is What Worries Young People The Most

IT’S often said viruses don’t discriminate. But how the COVID-19 pandemic affects you varies greatly depending on many factors – in particular,...

SPECIAL REPORT| How Africa May Lose Out On The Race To Solve The COVID Conundrum

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World’s First COVID-19 Vaccine? A Ray of Hope as Russia’s Sechenov University Successfully Completes Human Trials

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Health Minister Zweli Mkhize Says Eastern Cape COVID-19 Scooters Are Not Suitable Ambulances

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Coronavirus Breakthrough: Trials For New Vaccine Set To Begin From Wednesday, Says Wits Scientists

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Gunmen Storm School In Cameroon, Killing At Least 7 Learners

GUNMEN stormed a school in Cameroon on Saturday and opened fire indiscriminately, killing at least six children and wounding about eight more...

12 Million Children Missed Up To 4 Months Of School Due To COVID-19, Insecurity In Africa

AT LEAST 12 million children across Africa's central Sahel region have been forced out of school as a result of the coronavirus...

Demonstrations Throughout France In Tribute To Beheaded Teacher

DEMONSTRATIONS are planned across France in tribute to a teacher who was beheaded by an attacker after showing his students caricatures of...

Uganda’s Student Leaders Seek Parliament Intervention In Re-opening Of Universities

STUDENT leaders from public and private universities have called on government to reconsider the decision to re-open academic institutions for only finalists.

Zimbabwe Universities Missing From Africa’s Top 60

ZIMBABWE’s top universities have not made it onto Africa’s top 60 higher learning institutions in what could be a hint the country’s...
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