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Zimbabwe has too many State universities, most add no value to the economy

Staff Reporter Captains of industry have urged the government to cut on the number of state universities, saying some of them are adding no value to the...

Rhodes University appoints first ever harassment and discrimination officer

Canny Maphanga Rhodes University has appointed Dr Zethu Mkhize as its harassment and discrimination officer as of September 10, 2018. This follows recommendations made by the sexual...

University of Zimbabwe forced to postpone graduation as cholera outbreak wreaks havoc

Staff Reporter THE University of Zimbabwe (UZ) Thursday abruptly suspended its graduation ceremony which was set for this Friday citing the deadly cholera outbreak that...

Pandor moves to confront violent campus incidents

Yoliswa Sobuwa Higher Education and Training Minister Naledi Pandor plans to urgently meet with Council on Higher Education and Universities South Africa to confront the...

Zimbabwe: University of Zimbabwe vice-chancellor to stand trial

Tendai Rupapa  Suspended University of Zimbabwe (UZ) Vice-Chancellor Levi Nyagura, accused of illegally awarding former First Lady Grace Mugabe a PhD, will stand trial on...

TUT suspends classes as protests continue

Staff Reporter The academic programme at the Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) in Soshanguve has been suspended indefinitely by management after overnight protests. TUT management made...

17 students march 300 km to ask Ramaphosa to pardon Fees Must Fall activists

Alex Mitchley A small group of students from North West University have marched more than 300km to the Union Buildings in Tshwane to hand over...

Thousands pay tribute to slain Tshwane University of Technology student

Sesona Ngqakamba Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) student, Andries Monareng's  death has robbed the world of the vast talent and potential he offered, the university's...

Competition Commission to investigate price-fixing of school and university textbooks

Nico Gous The Competition Commission is set to investigate whether the Publishers’ Association of South Africa (PASA) and its 91 members have been fixing book...

South Africa’s university students face a crisis: nearly a third go hungry

Stephen Devereux There is a common perception that students represent the elite, and so cannot possibly suffer from hunger. But this is a myth. In...
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