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TVET colleges to be built in 67 rural villages

Aneesa Adams A group of volunteers from all over the world has come together to do something amazing - build TVET (Technical and Vocational Education...

National protest looming over NSFAS non-payments, student leader warns

Jan GerberThere is a "looming national protest" by students due to the National Student Financial Aid Scheme's (NSFAS) non-payment of allowances, says South African...

South Africa: Uitenhage learners protest over teacher shortage

Thamsanqa Mbovane    A pall of thick black smoke covered Molly Blackburn Secondary School in Khayelitsha, Uitenhage, on Wednesday morning. Scores of learners stood outside...

Kenya: University of Nairobi ranked top in research publications

Ouma WanzalaThe University of Nairobi (UoN) has emerged as Kenya's higher learning institution that has heavily invested in research, a study by CPS Research...

Curro to build private schools in townships

Ray Mahlaka Private education group Curro Holdings plans to spend R400 million building six new campuses in the 2018 financial year. The move will see...

Ramaphosa plans to eradicate pit toilets

Staff ReporterPresident Cyril Ramaphosa  launched a new Sanitation Appropriate for Education (SAFE) Initiative between the government and private sector on Tuesday.The initiative aims to...

Troubled multi-billion NSFAS to be run by administrator

Staff ReporterThe board of the troubled National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) will soon be dissolved‚ the department of higher education & training confirmed...

Football and education, Salome Kekana receives Banyana call-up

Sihle NdebeleBanyana Banyana newcomer Salome Kekana is looking forward to becoming one of the leading and most consistent defenders in the senior women's national...

Students to build their own science labs

Louise BezuidenhoutHow does one train science students without equipment? As a sociologist of science specialising in African countries, this is a question I get asked with...

Academic studies resume at Fort Hare university after eight-week strike

Chris GililiAfter eight weeks of deadlocked negotiations and disruptions at the University of Fort Hare, the second semester officially started on Monday.Management and unions...