Local varsities are looking to the US and Scotland for tips to help more students succeed.
A Unisa professor’s programme to improve teaching skills is reaping results in Limpopo, but better evaluation of such programmes is required.
The new vice-chancellor has experience and insight, but his appointment has raised eyebrow.
Blade Nzimande has urged universities to promote social cohesion on campuses in the wake of recent racist incidents, like "black face".
Scientist Albert van Jaarsveld has been appointed the University of KwaZulu-Natal’s new vice-chancellor, ahead of two internal candidates.
Improving access to quality education is a societal issue, but it’s for a school’s head to fish out the rot.
Residence cultures too often promote unequal power, unconditional loyalty and groupthink.
The banking Seta has done well since its inception 14 years ago. It serves as a role model for the others, says chief executive Max Makhubalo.
A presentation at the South African Education Research Association 2014 conference finds that history textbooks misrepresent Nelson Mandela.