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The Way Nigeria Selects Vice-chancellors Is Deeply Flawed. But It Can Be Fixed

This depends on the type of university – federal, state or private – as well as the type of private university – secular, faith-based...

SAFTU, EFF and Students Intensify Calls For Nzimande To Step Down Over Mishandling Of Student Protests

NYAKALLO TEFU| THE South African Federation of Trade Unions (SAFTU) is one of the leading political formations leading the charge on calls for the resignation...

More Than 120,000 SA Students Are Still Waiting For Degrees – Because Of Unpaid Fees

SINCE 2010, more than 120,000 South African students who have passed their courses, but couldn't afford to settle their final fee payments, are yet...

National Shutdown: Student Protests Against Financial Exclusion Set To Continue

STUDENT protests are set to continue this week as students demands an end to financial exclusion and the scrapping of historic debt. So far, students...

SACP Calls On Government To Expand Funding Mechanisms Aimed At Providing Access To Higher Education For Previously Excluded Constituencies

THE SA Communist party (SACP) has called on government to prioritise resources to expand the number of public colleges and universities and ensure that...

Free Education: A Zuma Time Bomb Explodes

WILLIAM SAUNDERSON-MEYER writes on how the ANC government is playing pass-the-parcel with ‘free education’ costs. ONE of the time bombs left behind by former president...

SOAS Director, Professor Adam Habib, Steps Down Amid Investigation Into N-word Use

  THE director of SOAS university has stepped aside from his role while an external investigation takes place into complaints of anti-Black racism at the...

‘We Don’t Have Money To Clear All Student Debt,’ Says Dr Blade Nzimande

HIGHER Education and Training minister, Dr Blade Nzimande, says the department is not in a financial position to be able to support institutions to...

Students At Free State Institutions Of Higher Learning Vow To Continue Protesting

STUDENTS from various higher learning institutions in Bloemfontein have vowed to continue with their protest action until the national government agrees to their demand...

Violence Erupts At Wits University Over Student Fees, NSFAS Budget Cuts

NYAKALLO TEFU VIOLENT clashes between students and riot police broke out at Wits University on Tuesday as various student groupings protested against financial exclusion. The student...
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