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Kenya: lecturers resume work amid crackdown by universities

Ouma Wanzala A number of lecturers have started to resume work although at a slow pace as universities crack down on those who are defiant. At...

Ethiopia: ministry to employ 80 percent of university graduates

Betelhem Bedlu Ethiopia's Ministry of Education stated that it has been working to attain the vision of securing employment for 80 percent of university graduates...

Learners deserve free access to internet, a basic human right

Joseph Chirume There provision of free access to the internet in the Eastern Cape has been cut by province's department of sport, recreation, arts and...

Nelson Mandela University disrupted as NSFAS fails to pay fees

Joseph Chirume Nelson Mandela University students disrupted classes for several days last week, protesting against conditions at off-campus residences and demanding the speedy payment of...

#ZolileKhumalo: Students come out in numbers to protest outside court

Sarah Smit, Agencies Hundreds of Mangosuthu University of Technology (MUT) students gathered outside the Durban Magistrate’s Court on Thursday for the appearance of the man who...

Kenya public universities crack whip on striking secturers

Ouma Wanzala Public universities have started cracking the whip on striking lecturers and other staff as the industrial action enters its third month on Tuesday. The...

Varsity rankings for bragging rights are useless

Jonathan Jansen Which is South Africa’s top university? Is it UCT or Wits? It depends who you ask, when you ask and which ranking system...

Shortage of beds at universities

Msindisi Fengu The government is planning to build at least 300 000 beds for universities and colleges in the next eight years, amid growing concerns...

‘Why did we take over 20 years?’ – Zuma on free education

Thuletho Zwane Former President Jacob Zuma gave a lecture in Umlazi, KwaZulu-Natal on Thursday where he took the opportunity to slam South Africa’s governing party, the...

Ex UCT SRC President found guilty of abusing SRC resources

Vernac News  The University of Cape Town’s Student Governance Court has found former SRC President, Karabo Khakhau, guilty of abusing SRC resources to defame other...
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