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Monthly Archives: September, 2018

17 students march 300 km to ask Ramaphosa to pardon Fees Must Fall activists

Alex Mitchley A small group of students from North West University have marched more than 300km to the Union Buildings in Tshwane to hand over...

How Rwanda plans to leapfrog straight to the fourth industrial revolution

Julius Bizimungu   What is the fourth industrial revolution? This has always been the first question that comes to the minds of people not just in...

Sport programmes available for the community

Staff Reporter The recent affiliation to the KZN Athletics Association and the Reservoir Hills Sports Club has led to the launch and success of Taekwondo...

Free WiFi for Polokwane

Staff Reporter Limpopo Government has launched a free WiFi as part of the implementation of the broadband telecommunication network infrastructure. Provincial Government spokesperson Phuti Seloba said...

Google, Apple and 13 other companies that no longer require employees to have a university degree

Courtney Connley   The economy continues to be a friendly place for job seekers today, and not just for the ultra-educated — economists are predicting ever-improving prospects for...

Thousands pay tribute to slain Tshwane University of Technology student

Sesona Ngqakamba Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) student, Andries Monareng's  death has robbed the world of the vast talent and potential he offered, the university's...

South Africa: Afrikaans community fights back over school admissions in Gauteng

Ernest Mabuza The termination of the role of feeder schools‚ erosion of the school governing bodies’ role and the exclusion of SGBs from the determination...

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Basic Education Launches A Full-Scale Investigation After Another Question Paper Leak Rocks Final Matric Exams

BASIC Education Minister Angie Motshekga has condemned in the strongest terms the leaking of Physical Sciences Paper 2 exam, which was...

Michaela Robinson Wins Big At Wits University’s Annual Sports Awards

THE future of sailing is clearly in good hands – judging by the recipients at the annual Wits Sports Awards. The sport...

Classroom Corner: Hugh Corder, A Man For All Seasons

VETERAN law scholar and activist Professor Hugh Corder well remembers his BCom LLB graduation at the University of Cape Town (UCT). It was...

Western Cape Rethinks Matric Rage As COVID-19 Cases Rise

THE Western Cape government is closely monitoring events like Matric Rage, traditionally held on the Garden Route, as the numbers of COVID-19...

South Africa Adopts Innovative Policy Framework For Internationalisation Of Higher Education

DR NICO JOOSTE and CORNELIUS HAGENMEIER ON 6 November, the South African Policy Framework for Internationalisation of Higher...
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