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EBOOK: R100 MILLION FOR STUDENTS AS EKURHULENI BURSARY FUND INCREASES TEN FOLD

More than 6000 financially needy learners from Ekurhuleni have benefited from the city's Community Bursary Fund, renamed Godfrey Pitje Bursary Fund, according to Executive...

UKZN Students Set Fire To Another Building

Rampaging students at the University of KwaZulu-Natal have set alight the HIV support centre at the Howard College campus. The building is the second...

Zimbabwean-Born AI Expert Launches Technology That Turn Trees Into WiFi Hubs To Improve Access To Education In Africa

Zimbabwean AI expert William Sachiti, CEO of UK-based start-up Academy of Robotics has published an open-source technology – 'Trees of Knowledge' – to improve access to education through...

Ramaphosa Hails SA Learners Who Won International Moot Court Competition

President Cyril Ramaphosa has hailed the team of South African Grade 11 learners, who won the 5th International School Moot Court Competition in Gdynia,...

Ekurhuleni Metro Begins Evaluating Applications To City’s Development Fund

Thebe Mabanga The Ekurhuleni Community Enterprise Development Fund has reached the closing date for two of its four funds, with about 5000 people attending a...

Ekurhuleni Mayor Masina Honours City’s Graduates

Ekurhuleni Mayor Mzwandile Masina has honoured university graduates for their hard work and dedication to their studies. The graduates are beneficiaries of the City’s R100...

‘Wanton Criminal Behaviour’: UKZN Building Torched, Registration Suspended As Students Go On The Rampage

Protesting students have torched a building at the University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN), with university management describing the act as "wanton criminal behaviour." Police spokesperson...

DHE Says Calls For National Shutdown Of Universities Is ‘Unfortunate’ After Minister Responded To Student Concerns

The Department of Higher Education says the call for a national shutdown of universities by the South African Union of Students (SAUS) is "unfortunate." The union...

‘We Are Failing Our Children’ Says Ramaphosa

President Cyril Ramaphosa There is a proverb common to many African cultures which says that it takes a village to raise a child. This idea...

How To Fix The Gap Between School And Work In South Africa

Kobus Maree, University of Pretoria The world of work is changing constantly, profoundly, and faster. This is clear from the outsourcing of work, waves of...
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