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Learning In South Africa: The Evolving Education Landscape

THE higher education system in South Africa has experienced turbulent times in recent years. Student protests, university shutdowns, issues with student finances...

International Research Collaborations: How Can We Shift The Power Towards Africa?

The higher education sector globally has been disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Academics have been discussing various aspects of the disruptions in...

University Of Cape Town Appoints New Members Of Council

NYAKALLO TEFU The University of Cape Town has appointed a new council made up of an all-women team described...

UCT: Knives Are Out For VC Mamokgethi Phakeng Amid Claims Of Bullying and Censorship

CHARLES MOLELE THE knives are out for University of Cape Town’s vice-chancellor, Professor Mamokgethi Phakeng, following an explosive report...

Supreme Court Of Appeals Ruling on Unisa Language Policy A Victory For Afrikaans – AfriForum

AFRIFORUM has welcomed the ruling of the Supreme Court of Appeal in favour of the lobby group’s case for the preservation of Afrikaans...

13 South African Universities Feature In The World’s Top 2000 Higher Learning Institutions

THE universities of the Witwatersrand (Wits) and Johannesburg (UJ) are among the top 2 000 universities that made the cut in this...

What’s The Future Of Online Higher Education In Africa?

AT ONE point during the global Covid-19 pandemic, 1.6 billion young people in 161 countries were out of school – close to...

Wits Appoints Professor Zeblon Vilakazi As New Vice-Chancellor

THE Council of the University of the Witwatersrand on Thursday announced the appointment of Professor Zeblon Vilakazi as the new Vice-Chancellor and...

What Will Higher Education In Africa Look Like After COVID-19?

THE coronavirus pandemic has exposed the unpreparedness of many higher education institutions in Africa to migrate online. When the virus first...

Space Technology Is Helping Conservation Efforts Better Inform Development In Africa

SARAH JEVING AT THE BALULE Nature Reserve in South Africa, rangers were using decades-old maps to track down poachers....
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