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STEM and art education is central to Africa’s development and innovation

STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) education is increasingly recognised as a driver of economic performance, which is essential in helping developing countries compete...

Nelson Mandela University suspends contact classes following a spike in Covid cases

NALEDI SHOTA| The Nelson Mandela University has become the second institution this week to suspend contact classes after there was a spike of positive Covid-19...

TVET colleges to receive help from UJ to improve audit outcomes

NALEDI SHOTA| The University of Johannesburg (UJ) has received a R11-million grant to help improve the audit outcomes in the public sector with a special focus...

TUT suspends all contact classes

NYAKALLO TEFU|  Students at the Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) will now go back to online classes after the institution suspended contact classes on Monday. The...

Nzimande clarifies NSFAS funding criteria

NALEDI SHOTA| Higher Education, Science and Technology Minister Blade Nzimande said that students funded by the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) will not lose...

Wits announces team to advance AI research in Africa

Wits University announced its team that will advance Africa’s AI initiative, Cirrus, a private sector led initiative bringing together academia and industry for the establishment...

NSFAS Chair: NSFAS student-centred model causes delays in funding decisions

The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) board chairperson, Ernest Khosa, said the funding scheme’s student-centred model is one of the reasons for delays...

Unisa NSFAS students go hungry – allowances not paid

Students from the University of South Africa (Unisa) took to twitter this weekend stating that they have not received their National Student Financial Aid...

The Covid-19 pandemic is hurting university students’ mental health

Institutions of higher education locally and globally are undergoing unprecedented changes as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. A study on how the pandemic has...

The militarisation of university campuses breeds a culture of intolerance and violence

TOKELO NHLAPO|  The militarisation of public universities across South African campuses has bred a culture of violence, intolerance, repression of protest and use of force...
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