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Strike called off as Unisa, SRC reach an agreement

University operations are expected to return to normal on Monday

RPL is paved with good intentions

What has become of this policy, which aims to offer a second chance at education success?

Cut-price degrees, no sweat

I'm a high school dropout but R10 000 will get me a PhD: Some South African professionals are turning to degree mills for "life experience degrees".

Molefe ‘shocked’ about fake degree

TUT vice-chancellor says he was not worried by his alma mater's lack of accreditation.

Security lies in learning new skills

The South African Qualifications Authority has invited Professor Tony Watts to address heads of industry on the importance of career guidance.

Piano tuning a dying art in SA

No one in South Africa has been trained to tune a piano for nearly a decade -- leaving only about 50 ageing piano tuners in the country. The South African Association of Professional Piano Tuners is now concerned that unqualified people could damage the industry as well as the piano in the corner of your living room.

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Mpumalanga premier fined for attending Mthembu funeral without a mask

Refilwe Mtsweni-Tsipane goes into isolation and pledges to buy 1000 masks to show her ‘remorse’

R2.3bn VBS trial expected to only begin in 2022

The state is expected to request a 16 week-long trial, as delays stymie progress in the saga.

Eastern Cape citizens don’t have to visit the labour department for UIF

This measure, aimed at slowing the spread of Covid-19, may shortly be introduced in other regions.

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