Fees Must Fall

 
The Weekend Guide
The Weekend Guide
Cut in Two: Justin Hagen takes centre stage in this one-man show directed by Soli Philander. Cut in Two zooms in...
Red tape is alienating academics from their own research and work
Red tape is alienating academics from their own research and work
When South African academics want to set up a new degree module, they’re entering into a process that can take years to germinate. These modules...
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...
‘Climate of terror’ reigns at CPUT
‘Climate of terror’ reigns at CPUT
Students at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT) have questioned the continued use of security company Vetus Schola at the university, because the company is the subject of an ongoing corruption investigation....
CPUT students deny causing unrest on campus, blaming the university  instead
CPUT students deny causing unrest on campus, blaming the university instead
Three students have denied being ringleaders behind the recent unrest at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT), saying in court papers...
Spy and police watchdogs investigate #FeesMustFall funding from secret service
Spy and police watchdogs investigate #FeesMustFall funding from secret service
The Inspector General of Intelligence (IGI) and the Independent Police Investigative Directorate (Ipid) are investigating if money from a secret...
Incoming Wits SRC president: We are tired of creating pop stars out of protests
Incoming Wits SRC president: We are tired of creating pop stars out of protests
The incoming student president at the University of Witswatersrand has announced that there will be a mass meeting before the new student...
Fears of heightened student protests after leaked fees commission report
Fears of heightened student protests after leaked fees commission report
Universities South Africa (USAf) expressed concern at the leaked report into the commission of inquiry into higher education and training.
Hope for citizen voice, despite ‘narrowed’ civic space
Hope for citizen voice, despite ‘narrowed’ civic space
President Jacob Zuma heads to China this week to meet with the leaders of Brazil, Russia, India and China at the the 9th Brics Summit.
Wanelisa Xaba on using crowdfunding to pay fees: 'I got a lot of shaming from people'
Wanelisa Xaba on using crowdfunding to pay fees: 'I got a lot of shaming from people'
While the #FeesMustFall movement pushes for free, decolonised education, students who are unable to afford university are still left to...

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