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Academic studies resume at Fort Hare university after eight-week strike

Chris Gilili After eight weeks of deadlocked negotiations and disruptions at the University of Fort Hare, the second semester officially started on Monday. Management and unions...

Fees Must Fall activist Bonginkosi Khanyile found guilty of public violence

Jeff Wicks #FeesMustFall activist Bonginkosi Khanyile has been convicted on charges of public violence‚ failing to comply with a police instruction and possession of a...

Tanzania: Students loan scheme earns accolades

Alvar Mwakyusa Tanzania is among a few African countries which have excelled in putting in place an exemplary loan scheme for students in institutions of...

Sizwe Nxasana resigns as NSFAS chair amid calls to disband board

Staff Reporter Sizwe Nxasana, chairperson of the National Students’ Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS), has resigned in the wake of mounting calls for him to step...

TVET Colleges outstanding certificates affect job seekers

Staff Reporter The Select Committee on Education and Recreation is concerned by a 10-year backlog in certification of students from technical and vocational education and...

South Africa: Rhodes students march for Khensani Maseko

Mxolisi Mngadi Rhodes University students are expected to march to the Settlers Monument in Grahamstown on Tuesday following the tragic death of 23-year-old Khensani Maseko. Maseko...

The ANC, corruption and a failed education system

Norimitsu Onishi and Selam Gebrekidan The little girl hated going to the bathroom at school. The pit toilets were so dark, dirty and crumbling. Many children were...

Violence plagues South Africa’s places of higher learning

Msindisi Fengu   Campuses of higher education are increasingly becoming violent places where students and staff are sexually assaulted. The lack of clear policies makes it difficult...

Sport: From ‘no strategy’ to a youth strategy

Marc Strydom Highlands Park wanted to bring in youthful players with a hunger to prove themselves‚ who could serve the club with longevity‚ CEO Larry...

Kenya: Many teachers are quitting the profession

Winnie Atieno More than 100 teachers have quit the profession following a government policy, implemented since last year, barring them from serving in their home...
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NSFAS Welcomes New Board And CEO

INSIDE EDUCATION REPORTER THE National Student Financial Aid Scheme has welcomed the appointment of a new CEO and the...

Kenyan Entrepreneur Warns US To Invest In African Health and STEM Talent

WHEN she was a Kenyan student studying in the US, Lydiah Kemunto Bosire missed out on the chance to study a Masters...

Deputy President David Mabuza To Address The World AIDS Day Commemoration in Soweto

DEPUTY President David Mabuza, in his capacity as Chairperson of the South African National AIDS Council (SANAC), will deliver a keynote address...
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