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Students get another chance for NSFAS financial aid

Nomahlubi Jordan  Students whose financial aid applications were unsuccessful can appeal to the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS). "There are unfortunately some students who have...

Court lets Rhodes University lecturer off sexual harassment hook

Philani Nombembe  A Rhodes University lecturer accused of sexual harassment has been given a reprieve, just 20 days before his contract with the university ended. The...

#FeesMustFall activist Nompendulo Mkatshwa for parliament

Neo Goba Former #FeesMustFall activist Nompendulo "Ulo" Mkatshwa will likely make it to parliament after elections as her name appears in the top 50 of...

Danone Cup promises to be spectacular

Staff Reporter The under-12 Danone Nations Cup soccer season promises to be a spectacular one this year. The call is out for primary schools around SA...

Professor Tawana Kupe at helm of an ever-expanding Tuks

Virgilatte Gwangwa  THE University of Pretoria is the place to be, declares its new vice-chancellor, Professor Tawana Kupe. Not only for him, but for its tens...

South Africa: Department launches investigation into matric Business Studies scores

Sne Masuku THE Department of Basic Education is investigating how the scores of last year’s Business Studies matric pupils dropped dramatically in the final examinations. While...

South African schools will start teaching Kiswahili to students from 2020

Abdi Latif Dahir Africa’s most “internationally recognized language” will soon be taught in South African classrooms. The push to embrace the Swahili language comes as African...

Help, at last, for Kenya Tana River girl who walked long distances to raise school fees

Collins Omulo A girl from Tana River, who worked as a house help and trekked for more than 15 kilometres in a bid to raise...

Lesufi slammed for failing to place thousands of pupils at start of academic year

Bongani Nkosi The Gauteng Education Department has been urged to ensure that 2019 should be the last year that starts with thousands of pupils not...

[VIDEO]: Naledi Pandor’s exclusive interview with Inside Education

Staff Reporter The Minister of Higher Education and Training, Naledi Pandor, urged President Cyril Ramaphosa to act on government's 30% procurement policy to create more jobs. Pandor...
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