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Monthly Archives: February, 2018

World University Rankings ignore local contexts of universities, say experts

Alec Basson The legitimacy of World University rankings is often questioned because they don't consider the local contexts of higher education institutions, especially those in...

Protests by residents disrupt teaching and learning in the Free State schools

Thabo Mohlala Schooling came to a complete halt on Tuesday this week in QwaQwa and surrounding areas in the Free State province as disgruntled residents...

UCT promises to provide student accommodation after housing crisis

Bonile Khanyi The University of Cape Town said on Thursday that its Students Housing Department is working as quickly as possible to ensure that all...

Bonteheuwel school grounds used as illegal dumping site

Barbara Maregele Charred rubble, shards of glass, tattered clothing and dirty nappies are some of the items dumped on an open strip of land belonging...

GDE needs to place 690 more learners in Gauteng schools

Thabo Mohlala The Gauteng Department of Education (GDE) seems to be on course to conclude the placement of all Grade 1 and 8 learners in...

Teacher unions blast PIC’s loan to the embattled power utility

Thabo Mohlala Teacher unions have added their voice to the growing criticism of the Public Investment Corporation (PIC)’s recent investment decisions specifically pertaining to Eskom. The...

Time’s Up for Zuma

Ido Lekota The dice are cast for President Jacob Zuma with the ANC wanting him to step down by the end of the week. The ball...

Ongoing labour disputes at DUT and Sol Plaatjie delays academic year

Thabo Mohlala Mangement at Durban University of Technology (DUT) and Sol Plaatjie University have not settled a  labour dispute between them and workers belonging to...

Excitement at universities as new academic year gets off to a smooth start

Thabo Mohlala The start of the 2018 academic year seems to have gone well on Monday without any reports of incidences of disruptions across most...

Why kids should be taught how to start a business at school

Michael Gaotlhobogwe and Adri Du Toit The African continent is home to a large number of young people – and it simply doesn’t have jobs for...

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