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South Africa: Condolences pour in for late Eastern Cape education MEC

Staff Reporter Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga sent condolences to Eastern Cape Education MEC Mandla Makupula's family on Monday. Makhuphula died at an East London hospital in...

South Africa: NSFAS CEO resigns

Staff Reporter The CEO of the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS), Steven Zwane, has resigned on the first day of his disciplinary hearing. On Friday,...

South Africa: Tshwane University of Technology campuses reopen

Virgilatte Gwangwa Students at both Tshwane University of Technology campuses in Soshanguve were scheduled to return to classes on Monday after six weeks of unrest. The...

Zambia: Police torch UNZA hostel after throwing teargas

Staff Reporter Zambia Police officers on Thursday night burnt a hostel at October block which houses female UNZA students during a student protest. The protest which...

South Africa: Mom of bullied schoolgirl hits back at education department

Carla Coetzee The mother of a six-year-old girl who’d been bullied at a Cape Town school has hit back at the Western Cape education department...

Nigeria: ASUU, NANS warn against hiking tuition fee to N350,000

Muyiwa Adeyemi and Kanayo Umeh  The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has warned the Federal Government against increasing tuition fees in public universities to N350,000...

Botswana: Tertiary Education ministry fights corruption

Bakang Tiro In an effort to combat what seems to be a continuous increasing level of corruption across almost all government departments and entities, the...

#JobSummit: Experience a major barrier for young job seekers

Lameez Omarjee and Tehillah Niselow Experience as a requirement for job applicants is one of the biggest challenges for youth seeking to enter the labour...

EFF student movement claims SRC victories across SA

Okuhle Hlati The Economic Freedom Fighters Student Command (EFFSC) have claimed victory over the DA Student Organisation (Daso) after securing eight out of 15 seats...

Sweden cuts funding to universities

Stephen Otage The Swedish government yesterday announced that it is discontinuing funding research at public universities and re-directing its resources to promote democracy, human rights...
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