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Why developing countries are particularly vulnerable to predatory journals

Sioux McKenna Every day academics wade through emails riddled with spelling errors promising almost immediate publication of their research. These publications assure the reader that...

Distance learning: the five qualities student teachers need to succeed

Nhlanhla Mpofu International bodies, politicians, policymakers and researchers have always been interested in the way teachers are prepared for the classroom. This is because the...

Wits EFFSC refused to protest without student buy-in

Thabo Mohlala ANALYSIS The newly-elected and EFF-controlled student representative council (SRC) not to embark on university shutdown operation has taken many by surprise. The Economic Freedom...

Taxi owner juggled two jobs and studying to get her qualification

Bonile Khanyi It's never too late to learn something new and this is something 64-year-old taxi owner Veronica Mosiapoa knows all too well. Mosiapoa...

Kholofelo Sono paid for her university fees via a Twitter campaign

Bonile Khanyi When Kholofelo Sono received a message from her university, asking her to settle a student debt of just over R40 000, she...

Campuses on knife edge as the president dithers and universities set to increase fees

Thabo Mohlala Universities will probably know how last year's 8% fee increase will be adjusted before the end of the year. This is according to...

We celebrate OR Tambo as a dedicated maths and science teacher

Thabo Mohlala Today marks the day Oliver Reginald Tambo, affectionately known as OR, would have turned 100 years old. He is by common consent a...

University of Pretoria students suspended for calling black people f**king ka**irs

Bonile Khanyi Two University of Pretoria students filmed using the k-word in a now-viral video on social media have been suspended, said university management. Catherine...

UCT students: We will meet in court, Mr. President

Thabo Mohlala With calls for the release of the Fees Commission report gaining traction, University of Cape Town (UCT)’s students are contemplating legal action to...

The country’s tertiary education system is “constipated” and “wasteful”, says Statistician-General

Thabo Mohlala Statistician-General, Pali Lehohla yesterday gave his final financial statistics presentation for 20 public universities and six universities of technology in Pretoria. Lehohla’s 17-year...
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