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Monthly Archives: May, 2020

Blade Nzimande’s Plan To Rescue 2020 Academic Year For Tertiary Institutions

Nyakallo Tefu Higher Education Minister Blade Nzimande has tabled the department's risk-based plan to save the 2020 academic year at universities and TVET colleges. Nzimande's...

Flexible Learning During Covid-19: How To Ensure Quality Higher Education at a Distance

The Covid-19 outbreak closed universities and other tertiary education institutions in 175 countries and communities, affecting over 220 million post-secondary students. While some institutions moved their classes to online...

World Bank: Protecting Education Finance From COVID-19’s Triple Funding Shock

Samera Al-Samarrai Picking up the newspaper in recent weeks would have been difficult if you were an education minister. Not only would you have been...

Embattled Basic Education Minister Delays Announcement On Reopening of Schools

A media briefing to announce the Department of Basic Education’s preparations towards the re-opening of schools has been postponed until further notice.   Basic Education Minister Angie...

Saturday Classes? US Schools Mull Ways To Make Up Lost Time

Saturday Classes? US Schools Mull Ways To Make Up Lost Time Students returning from their unprecedented break from school could find themselves making up lost time in...

UCT Graduate School of Business Is Number One in South Africa

The UCT Graduate School of Business (UCT GSB) has been ranked 56 in the world and number one in South Africa for its customised executive education...

Lockdowns and Research: What We Lost and What We Stand to Gain

The COVID-19 pandemic – and the resulting lockdowns – have had a major impact on research at institutions across the world, and universities in particular. Research is one...

African Nations Seek Their Own Solutions In Virus Crisis

A loud hiss and grunt come from a green bag pressing air through a tube, as Senegalese researchers work to develop a prototype ventilator that could...

COVID-19: Preparing For The Reopening of Schools in West and Central Africa

Nationwide closures in West and Central Africa are impacting 140 million children across the region, including forcibly displaced children who are integrated in national...

Ramaphosa Walks A Tightrope Of Protecting Health Without Killing Economy

Charles Molele President Cyril Ramaphosa announced on Wednesday that consultations are underway to move the country to Level 3 of the nationwide lockdown by end of May....

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