Nelson Mandela University

 
TVET gets a much-needed boost
TVET gets a much-needed boost
The Nelson Mandela University’s advanced diploma in technical and vocational teaching is a direct response to and addresses the vision expressed...
Market affects students’ lives
Market affects students’ lives
The property relations of South African cities, established during the colonial and apartheid periods, today affect the political economy of higher...
Why students reject whiteness
Why students reject whiteness
During the colonial and apartheid years, education in South Africa was used to subjugate the black majority and propagate Eurocentrism and white...
Place of learning is a female fear factory
Place of learning is a female fear factory
A prestigious ocean sciences campus was unveiled, a new logo revealed, great speeches were made, red ribbons were cut and babies kissed. It was...
Suspect arrested in NMU rape case
Suspect arrested in NMU rape case
A 29-year-old suspect has been arrested in connection with the alleged rape and assault of two students at Nelson Mandela University. The...
Nelson Mandela University students threaten shutdown after rape, stabbing on campus
Nelson Mandela University students threaten shutdown after rape, stabbing on campus
Students at the Nelson Mandela University have threatened to shut down the institution until the university management agrees to strengthen...
Blackness in a white world
Blackness in a white world
Over the past few centuries, commonly referred to as an era of modernity, there has been a single story about European colonisation of Latin...
Name change is a game-changer
Name change is a game-changer
The government and the Mandela family in 2016 officially gave the former Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University permission to be named after the...
Super plant mops up CO2
Super plant mops up CO2
An extraordinary indigenous plant known as "elephant's food" could mop up the excess carbon dioxide that causes climate change, while making a...
Tutu reflects on joy, shame of SA today
Tutu reflects on joy, shame of SA today
Archbishop Desmond Tutu berated South Africa's government on Friday over delays in introducing an HIV/Aids drug treatment plan and said its...

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