Ahmed Bawa

 
University is not right for everyone
University is not right for everyone
South Africa’s higher education system has adequate space to accommodate people coming out of the basic education sector, but they are not...
Would-be students scramble to enrol
Would-be students scramble to enrol
For most of this week Nqobile Ndlovu has roamed the streets of Soshanguve, Pretoria, late at night and then started walking them again at the crack...
University South Africa is concerned about new funding proposal
University South Africa is concerned about new funding proposal
Universities South Africa (USAf) has expressed concern over an income-contingent loan (ICL) funding model proposed in the recently-released Fees...
Ante upped in varsity fees showdown
Ante upped in varsity fees showdown
University campuses and the #FeesMustFall movement have been eerily calm in 2017, but as the year draws to a close the burning issue of free higher...
Vice-chancellors want free tuition for poor students in 2017
Vice-chancellors want free tuition for poor students in 2017
The country’s 26 vice-chancellors say that the government should provide free higher education to poor students from January.
Bawa's baptism of fire
Bawa's baptism of fire
Using the university's own resources for student loans as it did last year when National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) funds ran out will...
New era for Durban University of Technology
New era for Durban University of Technology
Widely respected academic Ahmed Bawa will be inaugurated as vice-chancellor and principal of the Durban University of Technology (DUT) this weekend...

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