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Healing resurrects blighted land above Mamelodi
Healing resurrects blighted land above Mamelodi
Ephraim Mabena was shocked to see a body hanging from a tree while he was busy clearing rubble from wasteland he was hoping to transform into a...
The movement maverick: ​Mamela Nyamza
The movement maverick: ​Mamela Nyamza
Mamela Nyamza’s work refuses to follow any tune but her own.
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...
[Video]Stranded, with nowhere to go
[Video]Stranded, with nowhere to go
We went to Tshwane University of Technology to speak to students queuing to register for the 2018 academic year. Accommodation is one of the concerns.
#FeesMustFall: TUT extends condolences to family of student killed at protest
#FeesMustFall: TUT extends condolences to family of student killed at protest
The Tshwane University of Technology has extended condolences to the family of  Benjamin Phehla after he was killed after being hit by a car...
#FeesMustFall: History of South African student protests reflects inequality’s grip
#FeesMustFall: History of South African student protests reflects inequality’s grip
Protests at South Africa’s universities didn’t suddenly start in 2015 with the "
[Slideshow]The #FeesMustFall posters that made us sit up and pay attention
[Slideshow]The #FeesMustFall posters that made us sit up and pay attention
From Oscar Pistorius to President Jacob Zuma’s numeracy skills, the students' posters were sharp, funny and grabbed our attention. See our selection.
TUT suspends classes as students continue protest
TUT suspends classes as students continue protest
Students at the Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) had blocked entrance and exit points of the campus, protesting management's failure to...
Presidency defends Zuma's Marikana remarks
Presidency defends Zuma's Marikana remarks
This comes after Zuma reportedly defended the actions of the police in Marikana, saying they were preventing the strikers from killing more...
TUT campus in chaos as Zuma visits
TUT campus in chaos as Zuma visits
Rowdy and violent ANC youth attacked members of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) at the...
TUT to keep Van Staden as vice-chancellor
TUT to keep Van Staden as vice-chancellor
Council of Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) recently announced that Professor Lourens van Staden will continue to act as vice-chancellor for...

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