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Nigerian University Students Find Online Learning Painful: Here’s Why

IN response to the compulsory closure of institutions of learning as part of measures aimed at curbing the spread of COVID-19 in...

EFF Student Command Slams NSFAS Decision To Cut Funding To 5 000 Students

NYAKALLO TEFU The EFF Student Command says the decision by the National Student Financial Aid Scheme to cut the...

University Of The Free State Athletes Unite Against Gender-Based Violence

JOHANN THORMAHLEN IT IS TIME to unite and stand up against gender-based violence (GBV) to address and eradicate this...

COVID-19: Engendering Complex, Multiple Perspectives For Women

CECILE GERWEL PROCHES, CRISTY LEASK and UPASANA SINGH COVID-19 has brought about major disruption to the lives of citizens...

Wits University Launches Second COVID-19 Vaccine Trial

NYAKALLO TEFU WITS University launched its second vaccine trial on Monday. The Phase 2 trial in...

Food Security: Many Revolutions Were Started Because Of Hunger, Says Professor Thuli Madonsela

“Many revolutions have been started not because of philosophies, but because of hunger."This stark warning about the potential impact that the Covid-19...

Jay-Z’s Roc Nation Launches School In Partnership With Long Island University Brooklyn

FROM Reasonable Doubt to 4:44 mogul and rapper Jay-Z has always used music as a vessel to drop lessons and the Brooklyn...

Nelson Mandela University Mourns Passing Of Professor Lungile Pepeta

Executive Dean of Nelson Mandela University's Faculty of Health Science, Professor Lungile Pepeta, died on Friday from COVID-related complications, vice-chancellor Professor Sibongile...

More Medical Students Trained In Cuba Arrive In South Africa

THE arrival in South Africa of 575 medical students who have been trained in Cuba since 2014, further confirms, if necessary, the...

Three South African Vice-Chancellors Paint A Post-COVID Picture For Universities

WHAT long-lasting changes to South Africa’s higher education sector has the pandemic brought? And how will these affect the way universities deliver...
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Teacher Of The Week: Limpopo’s Mokhudu Machaba Is Among 10 Finalists Vying For A U$1m Global Teacher Prize 2020

NYAKALLO TEFU LIMPOPO Education MEC Polly Boshielo says she is elated after a teacher Mokhudu Machaba from Ngwanamago Primary...

Zimbabwe Teachers Union Rejects UNICEF Push to Keep African Schools Open During Pandemic

HARARE - Schools across Africa are slowly reopening after months of remote learning during the coronavirus pandemic. But Zimbabwe's teachers union is...

Eastern Cape: Isolation Sites Identified For Matriculants Who May Test Positive For COVID-19 During Trial Exams

THE Eastern Cape MEC for Education Fundile Gade says matriculants at the Ethembeni Secondary School who tests positive for COVID-19 will be...
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