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Africa Must Have Research And Treatment Tailored To Its Reality

Kelly Chibale I hate malaria with a passion. Growing up in the poor villages and townships of Zambia, I experienced its impact first-hand....

Lord’s Taverners: Turning The Tables With Table Cricket

Cape Town has been the host for many memorable sporting clashes between England and South Africa. Recent years alone have gifted us unforgettable drama – Ben...

UCT Engineering Students Design Portable Hand Sanitizer Distiller

Nyakallo Tefu University of Cape Town engineering students have designed a portable hand sanitizer to fight the spread of the coronavirus pandemic. The hand sanitizer has been...

Parliament’s Proposed Plan To Rescue The 2020 Academic Year For SA Universities

Nyakallo Tefu The portfolio committee on higher education has proposed that there should be no return to face-to-face campus activity until September when the peak...

UCT Provides Free Pre-paid Data To Students For Online Learning

Nyakallo Tefu University of Cape Town is now offering pre-paid data to all students at no cost, UCT vice-chancellor and principal Mamokgethi Phakeng announced on...

Food Aid Parcels in South Africa Could Do With A Better Nutritional Balance

Hester Vermeulen, Hettie Carina Schonfeldt and Carmen Muller Food insecurity is a reality for many South African households, with approximately 50% of households living under the poverty line and...

University Bosses Clash With Students Over Online Learning Amid COVID-19 Lockdown

Charles Molele University students at three top South African universities are up in arms over a sudden decision to resume the 2020 academic year using remote online...

COVID-19: Wits Boss Hits Back At Higher Education Deputy Minister Over e-Learning Controversy

Charles Molele Wits University vice-chancellor and principal Adam Habib has hit out at Higher Education Deputy Minister Buti Manamela for criticising his decision to resume classes using...

Ramaphosa: Coronavirus Lockdown Has Gravely Exacerbated a Longstanding Problem of Food Security in SA

Cyril Ramaphosa Many countries around the world have imposed coronavirus lockdowns with a view to saving the lives of their citizens. We have done the same...

Dramatic Spike in Theft and Vandalism of 424 Schools Haunts Basic Education Minister

Nyakallo Tefu  Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga has condemned the violent destruction, theft and vandalism of school property during the COVID-19 national lockdown, saying those responsible should...

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