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TVET colleges to receive help from UJ to improve audit outcomes

NALEDI SHOTA| The University of Johannesburg (UJ) has received a R11-million grant to help improve the audit outcomes in the public sector with a special focus...

SIU freezes more bank accounts of companies linked to the GP department of education tender for sanitizing schools

NALEDI SHOTA| The Special Investigating Unit (SIU) will freeze seven more bank accounts of companies that were irregularly appointed by the Gauteng Department of Education...

Nzimande warns public of fraudster using his identity on Facebook

NYAKALLO TEFU|  Minister of Higher Education and Training Blade Nzimande has distanced himself from a Facebook page operating using his identity and soliciting money from...

TUT suspends all contact classes

NYAKALLO TEFU|  Students at the Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) will now go back to online classes after the institution suspended contact classes on Monday. The...

‘Schools cannot open if all health protocols are not in place’ say teachers and parents

NALEDI SHOTA| Teachers and parents want the Department of Basic Education (DBE)  to use the month of June to ensure that primary schools and special...

South Africa’s youth unemployment crisis – a ticking time bomb

A week ahead of the commemoration of National Youth Day in South Africa and 45 years after the massacre of school children during the Soweto...

Africa countries have highest global death rate among critically ill Covid-19 patients – says study

Insufficient critical-care resources, high comorbidities such as HIV/AIDS, diabetes, chronic liver and kidney disease and well as severity of organ dysfunction upon admission suggest...

Nine schools in the Northern Cape expected to reopen following Covid-19 cases

NYAKALLO TEFU|  Nine schools in the Northern Cape are expected to reopen their doors on Monday after shutting down due to Covid-19 cases. The Northern Cape...

Teachers over 40 to be vaccinated from Wednesday

Teacher unions have confirmed that educators, cleaners and other support staff at public schools in South Africa will be vaccinated against the Covid-19 virus starting Wednesday...

‘Siyaya eJapan, Tokyo here we come,’ say UJ sportsmen, women in SA squad

The 2021 Olympic Games are going ahead, and the University of Johannesburg (UJ) has a team of 13 - including students and alumni -...

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