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Monthly Archives: January, 2019

New regional varsity for modern medicine opens in rural Rwanda

Ivan R. Mugisha President Paul Kagame Friday launched a modern health science university that will train health professionals from around Africa and Asia. The University of...

Campus shutdowns and NSFAS woes mark start of the academic year

Precious Mamotingoe Lesupi   Google ‘university registration’ and you’ll immediately find photos of young people with backpacks and in classrooms, smiling as they hand over documents...

New Mfuleni primary school site identified for pupils with no classes

Okuhle Hlati  The Western Cape Education Department (WCED) and the City have identified a site for a new primary school to house hundreds of Mfuleni...

‘Bring it on!’: Lesufi stands firm after Vodacom cease-and-desist order

Naledi Shange Lawyers for Vodacom have served Gauteng education MEC Panyaza Lesufi with a cease-and-desist document‚ warning him to stop commenting on its ongoing battle...

Basic education department must clip wings of SGBs, safeguard pupils’ future

Palesa Lebitse Two weeks ago, I wrote an article about how racists have found strategic ways to discriminate against blacks. This follows the uproar over pictures...

Counsellors to help Bryanston High ‘sex abuse’ pupils

Zoe Mahopo  Counsellors have been dispatched to a Gauteng high school after one of its teachers was arrested in connection with alleged sexual assault last...

Business Economic Indaba: Strategic Dialogue for a Transformed and Inclusive Economy”

Sipho Pityana Sipho M Pityana, the president of Business Unity South Africa (BUSA) address at the  Business Economic Indaba. This inaugural Business Economic Indaba follows my promise...

Concern mounts over school disruptions in Eldorado Park, Noordgesig

Lindi Masinga The Gauteng Department of Education (GDE) said on Tuesday that they had noted with concern, the disruption of learning and teaching affecting schools...

DJ Zinhle, Oskido, Themba and Jeremy Loops join SAE Institute

Bang Showbiz SAE Institute once again partnered with Bridges for Music and some of South Africa’s most respected and influential artists, DJ Zinhle, Oskido, Themba...

Russia’s nuclear firm Rosatom offers scholarships for African students

Brian Sokutu Russian nuclear energy giant Rosatom has announced scholarships for nuclear science studies for African students. Applications, it said, were open and available for graduate...

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