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Student leaders take credit for convincing university management to allow walk-ins 

Thabo Mohlala The sudden climb down by several university management to allow for walk-in registrations was a result of intense pressure applied by student political...

Long lines at TVETs are a sign of new faith in colleges says expert

Thabo Mohlala There is a flicker of hope after this week’s stampedes caused by an influx of prospective students at Capricorn and Motheo TVET colleges....

More than 14 000 students registered through DHET central system

Bonile Khanyi More than 14,000 prospective students have registered for placement at an institution of higher learning using the Department’s Central Applications Clearing House...

Stampede at Capricorn TVET College leaves several injured

Thabo Mohlala Several students were left injured and ferried to the nearby provincial hospitals when a  stampede broke out at Capricorn TVET College in Polokwane,...

No registration fee for students who cannot afford it

Ido Lekota Students from poor and working class families with combined income of up to R350 000 per annum are not expected to pay any...

USAf commits to ensuring free higher education works

Thabo Mohlala Universities South Africa (USAf) has taken a pragmatic view on the unfolding potential crisis that may threaten the start of the 2018 academic...

Matric results: Is our education system delivering? No, say experts.

Thabo Mohlala ANALYSIS The 2017 matric results have elicited animated debates and a wide range of views from various political parties, teacher unions and some education...

Dear Students: Be on high alert for fake private colleges!

Thabo Mohlala With matrics results just released, most learners will be heading to various tertiary institutions to further their studies. Some will go to universities,...

Matric results: If you need NSFAS funding, Department of Higher Education will help

Ido lekota Students who have been admitted to tertiary institutions but had not applied for NSFAS funding because they previously did not qualify will be...

We welcome free education but we’re sceptical: Wits, UCT and UKZN SRCs

Bonile Khanyi President Jacob Zuma’s announcement for free higher education has elicited mixed reactions among student activists from various institutions in South Africa. Speaking to...
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