Research from UJ says there's been a sharp rise in the number of people killed in service delivery protests in the last decade.
Varsity strife takes on political edge as student protests escalate.
Twenty University of Johannesburg students have been suspended after protests over a shortage of funds from the National Student Financial Aid Scheme.
As matriculants celebrate the release of their results, universities have warned they would not accept walk-in applications.
Concerns about the export of South African culture abroad featured heavily at the Creative Currencies conference that recently took place at UJ.
Arts and Culture Trust conference contributor Bev Gillespie explains that it is artists themselves who will decide how much creativity is worth.
United States President Barack Obama faces "the mother of all protests" when he visits the University of Johannesburg's Soweto campus.
Nearly 200 hopeful applicants have been turned away from the Tshwane University of Technology's (TUT) Pretoria campus after queuing for hours.
A number of students at UJ face disciplinary action after staff discovered they had submitted fake sick notes to avoid writing their exams on time.
Teachers hijacked by 'narrow-minded daredevils, says expert.