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COVID-19 Compels The Higher Education Sector To Take a Quantum Leap Into The Realm of 4IR

Professor Mandla S Makhanya The history of humankind is replete with many examples of natural and man-made calamities that have...

MEC Debbie Schafer: Re-Opening of Schools In Western Cape Not Possible

Nyakallo Tefu MEC for Education Debbie Schafer says learners in the Western Cape will not return to school next as announced...

Half Of America’s Public School Students Are Home For The Rest Of The Year

As of Thursday afternoon, 26 states, representing about half of the nation's public school students, have recommended or ordered their ...

South Africa Needs To End The Lockdown: Here’s a Blueprint For Its Replacement

By Shabir Madhi, Alex van den Heever, David Francis, Imraan Valodia, Martin Veller, Michael Sachs, University of the Witwatersrand

Ekurhuleni Mayor Mzwandile Masina Pledges to Donate 33% Of His Salary To Solidarity Fund

Charles Molele Ekurhuleni mayor Mzwandile Masina has pledged to donate 33% of his salary to the Solidarity Fund over...

Advancing Fourth Industrial Revolution Through CSI

Vino Govender With enormous potential to better human lives, the dawn of the connected technological age has placed telecommunications companies at the...

‘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...

Kathrada Foundation Announces Top 3 ‘Against Racism’ Essays

The Ahmed Kathrada Foundation (AKF) has announced the three winners in the Foundation’s Youth Essay Writing Competition against racism.

Imagine if ‘Oom Bey’ Told me He Was Only Assisting Afrikaners To Access Education – Lesufi

Is there room for a language-based university? Should a language be used to perpetuate racist agendas? Just...

Five top tips to succeed in your first year of university

Maria Chisari  For many students and their parents, transitioning to university is an exciting but daunting experience. Here are five tips to help students succeed...
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#TuksTennis: Tuks Player Motivated After Being On Court With Tennis Legends

THERE ARE not many Tuks athletes who at 15 can boast of having rubbed shoulders with two of...
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