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Research at the core
Research at the core
The NRF says research promotes the development of top quality human resources and that this is taking place in "aggressively increasing numbers".
Mending broken lines
Mending broken lines
It was no ordinary meeting between faculty dean and undergraduate student at the University of Pretoria, recalls Jonathan Jansen.
Dialogue with the Ivory tower
Dialogue with the Ivory tower
The first scholarly journal, it is believed, was the Journal des Scavans (in modern French, savants: "those who know" or, persons of learning.
State teachers go digital
State teachers go digital
The education department is to embark on an ambitious plan to roll out laptop computers to teachers.
Desperately seeking skills
Desperately seeking skills
Accounting and professional service firms are the largest recruiters, but still struggle to fill vacancies, writes Cathy Sims.
Unisa revises its registration process
Unisa revises its registration process
New system hopes to speed up service delivery and issue material to students faster.
Security lies in learning new skills
Security lies in learning new skills
The South African Qualifications Authority has invited Professor Tony Watts to address heads of industry on the importance of career guidance.
Financing a computer now easier
Financing a computer now easier
Tertiary students will benefit from a new finance package aimed at giving them access to personal computers and Notebooks.
An extra year?
An extra year?
Education Minister Naledi Pandor is considering making the undergraduate degree a four-year degree, but this depends on conditions at each university.
New BCom offered
New BCom offered
Private tertiary education institution St Augustine College of South Africa will offer a BCom degree next year.

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