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Wits postgraduate students receive 13 bursaries for ICT studies

Bolekwa Mboniswa and Lerato Hlagala received post-graduate bursaries from Huawei to further their studies in information systems and computer science respectively at the University...

SA universities fall in global rankings

South Africa is finding it difficult to compete against its global counterparts, this is according to the 2021–22 edition of the Global 2000 List...

Rhodes University says fiscal constraints, financial crises, and funding challenges will lead to social unrest

Rhodes University has made a call for a national debate on the fiscal, financial and funding crises that are confronting the higher education sector...

Multimillion Rand transformative donation to UJ creates a centre to advance 4IR in underprivileged communities

The University of Johannesburg (UJ) received a R110 million donation towards the advancement of the fourth industrial revolution (4IR) in underprivileged communities. According...

Historic debt: The crisis in student funding

Student historic debt to universities has escalated to approximately R14 billion. Analysts say this has caused a sustainability crisis in our higher education institutions. Universities South...

DUT extends dates for online registrations

NYAKALLO TEFU| Online and remote learning at the Durban University of Technology (DUT) will commence on Monday 12 April 2021 for new students.  The university also...

The Way Nigeria Selects Vice-chancellors Is Deeply Flawed. But It Can Be Fixed

This depends on the type of university – federal, state or private – as well as the type of private university – secular, faith-based...

SAFTU, EFF and Students Intensify Calls For Nzimande To Step Down Over Mishandling Of Student Protests

NYAKALLO TEFU| THE South African Federation of Trade Unions (SAFTU) is one of the leading political formations leading the charge on calls for the resignation...

More Than 120,000 SA Students Are Still Waiting For Degrees – Because Of Unpaid Fees

SINCE 2010, more than 120,000 South African students who have passed their courses, but couldn't afford to settle their final fee payments, are yet...

National Shutdown: Student Protests Against Financial Exclusion Set To Continue

STUDENT protests are set to continue this week as students demands an end to financial exclusion and the scrapping of historic debt. So far, students...
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