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Free education demands radical change to the budget
Free education demands radical change to the budget
COMMENT“The doors of learning and of culture shall be opened”, according to the Freedom Charter way back in 1955. In part it declared...
​Hope can calm student ‘tantrums’
​Hope can calm student ‘tantrums’
COMMENTWe see ongoing student protest, despite negotiations, concessions and attempts to return to “normality”.
#Fees2017: Open letter to the South African ambassador to the United States
#Fees2017: Open letter to the South African ambassador to the United States
South African students and workers in New York are on their way to the South African consulate, where they intend to hand over a letter...
​The global case for free education
​The global case for free education
In a world in which the ever-rising cost of university tuition is the trend, only a handful of nations provide higher education for no, or...
Free university for all is unrealistic
Free university for all is unrealistic
The idea of free education in South Africa is unviable in the short and longer term. Here are some facts about our economy gleaned from the budget...
Equal Education: Students are aiming at the wrong target and inadvertently protecting the government
Equal Education: Students are aiming at the wrong target and inadvertently protecting the government
#FeesMustFall protesters are aiming at the wrong target, says Equal Education general secretary Tshepo Motsepe. The call for free higher education...
Equity, distance learning: Key factors in successful graduation, or dropping out
Equity, distance learning: Key factors in successful graduation, or dropping out
In 2005, almost one in five full-time students and 42% of students studying through distance learning dropped out after one year of studying.
Professor Jonathan Jansen's roadmap to saving South Africa's higher education system
Professor Jonathan Jansen's roadmap to saving South Africa's higher education system
Professor Jonathan Jansen has warned that another 0% fee increase for tertiary institutions will be a death knell for universities.
Free higher education feasibility under investigation
Free higher education feasibility under investigation
The commission of inquiry into higher education and training, also known as the fees commission, has extended the due date for public submissions...

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