Tebogo Tshwane

Good times – and good business – outside Nasrec

There’s another world outside the Nasrec centre where a large number of ANC branch members, business people and residents are a part of the frenzy

Zuma ignored treasury, NEC on higher education

Despite guidance from important parties, the president made his own decision on fee-free higher education

Tax burden falls on a few firms

On top of that, Sars has seen a gradual increase of tax noncompliance from both individuals and companies

Sars: Tough economic times undercut tax returns

Sars says despite tax policy reforms which were meant to increase revenue collection, the expected gains didn’t materialise due to a weak economy.

Consumers fret over debit orders

Banks are usually blamed but a professional body is taking steps to stop fraud

Wits Med school hit by racism claim

Students and lecturers say discrimination is endemic, but VC Adam Habib says the claims are ‘nonsense’ and ‘fake news’

Student loan plan shot down

The state is too heavily indebted to back the advances and the role of Sars is problematic

Tech colleges need better support

Heher says technical and vocational training colleges must become first-choice institutions

Balancing act: Fewer undergrads, more postgrads

Universities seem to be shifting their focus to research-based tertiary education and accommodating more postgraduate students

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