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Education for black people in SA is in a terrible state

Gugu Nonjinge On December 16, 2017, former president Jacob Zuma announced that government would be phasing in fully subsidised higher education and training for poor...

Nsfas to receive more money from government

Mary Jane Mphahlele The Minister of Higher Education and Training Naledi Pandor says government will cough up more money for Nsfas, including an additional R7.1...

The cold shadow of university exclusion

Thato Rossouw  For black students at the University of the Free State, the word “exclusion” is probably the most life-changing word they will ever come...

Decolonise science – time to end another imperial era

Rohan Deb Roy Sir Ronald Ross had just returned from an expedition to Sierra Leone. The British doctor had been leading efforts to tackle the...

South Africa’s most powerful nano-satellite sent off

Veronica Mohapeloa  The Minister of Science and Technology, Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane, yesterday participated in a ceremony to send off South Africa's second nanosatellite to India, where...

South Africa’s most powerful nano-satellite sent off today

Veronica Mohapeloa  The Minister of Science and Technology, Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane, yesterday participated in a ceremony to send off South Africa's second nanosatellite to India, where...

‘I am a product of a black tax,’ says Ronald Lamola

Ngoako Malatji Former ANC Youth League deputy president Ronald Lamola says the journey of getting education has been a difficult one. Lamola, who is one of...

Meet UCT’s incoming Vice-Chancellor, Mamokgethi Phakeng

Jenna Etheridge Professor Mamokgethi Phakeng started her education under a tree and had to walk up to 10km just to get to school. Today, she is...

William Kentridge receives honorary PhD

Christina Pitt South African artist William Kentridge was awarded an honorary PhD of philosophy from the Faculty of Humanities at the University of Pretoria on...

A more flexible curriculum approach can support student success

Delia Marshall Financial access is extremely important for poor and working class students wanting to get a foot in the door at universities. But on...
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