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How South African universities can tap into the continent’s knowledge systems

South Africa’s higher education sector has experienced turmoil in recent years. Some of it stems from students’ financial woes. Some relates to experiences of alienation in...

Panyaza Lesufi Welcomes #GPSOPA2020 Announcement To Release Performance Of Primary Schools, Just Like Matric Results

MEC for Education Panyaza has welcomed a decision by Gauteng to release the performances of primary schools, as is tradition with the annual matric...

How To Fix The Gap Between School And Work In South Africa

Kobus Maree The world of work is changing constantly, profoundly, and faster. This is clear from the outsourcing of work, waves of technological advances, increasing automation in...

Chad & Ethiopia: Where Over 2 Million Children’s Lives Have Been Ripped Apart By Conflict

Can you name the countries where humanitarian emergencies have forced millions of children out of school? You’d probably come up with the likes of...

UCT in top 10 emerging economy universities

Lisa Boonzaier The University of Cape Town has been ranked 10th in the world and the best in Africa, according to the 2020 Times Higher Education (THE) Emerging...

Blade Nzimande Hails The Establishment Of A New University In Ekurhuleni

Charles Molele Higher Education, Science and Technology minister Blade Nzimande has welcomed the establishment of the new university of science and innovation in Ekurhuleni, east...

Lectures Continued On Wednesday At UKZN Despite Violent Protests on Campus

The University of KwaZulu-Natal says while violent protests took place on campus on Wednesday morning, lectures continued without any interruptions at carious campuses. More than 120...

KZN Education Department Urges Parents To Explain Dangers Of TikTok’s “Skullbreaker” Challenge At Schools

THE KwaZulu-Natal Parents Association is urging parents and caregivers to explain to their children the dangers of a new social media craze that has...

Professor Adam Habib has resigned from Wits University to take up a cushy job in London

Charles Molele Professor Adam Habib, Vice Chancellor of Wits University, has resigned. This follows his appointment as director School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS)...

R12,000 school voucher system in South Africa – Give parents the choice

A school voucher system is an efficient way for the government to make the most of the billions it spends on education, and to...

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