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Ramaphosa closes schools as country grapples with coronavirus

Following several other countries, South Africa will send learners home this week

USAf’s position on Bill in line with its mission

Universities South Africa takes exception to André Myburgh’s characterisation of its submission on the Copyright Amendment Bill

University is not right for everyone

Young people see technical colleges as dumping sites instead of places to acquire sought-after skills

Would-be students scramble to enrol

Teens from outlying provinces brave the big city’s cruelties in the hope of bagging a prized university spot, knowing that nothing is certain

University South Africa is concerned about new funding proposal

USAf CEO Ahmed Bawa warned that the government’s implementation of the fees commission’s recommendations was more important than the report's release.

Ante upped in varsity fees showdown

The president is sitting on the fees commission’s report, but Gigaba’s budget may show his hand

Vice-chancellors want free tuition for poor students in 2017

Varsity heads want student aid to be extended to families earning less than R200  000 a year.

Bawa’s baptism of fire

Although the challenges at the Durban University of Technology aren't what he was expecting, new vice-chancellor Ahmed Bawa swears he's up to the job.

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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