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New education policy on gender violence released

Universities and other higher education institutions have to develop ways of preventing or dealing with rape and other damaging behaviour

Universities can decide which students return to campus, even if they are not in their final year

Higher education minister expands the allowance for who can be on campus, but numbers cannot be more than a third of the student population

TUT gears up for 4IR

It was recently ranked the number one university of technology on the African continent

TUT shut as standoff goes on

For the second time in a week, the Tshwane university has suspended its activities

Two cops arrested over TUT student’s shooting death

Katlego Monareng was shot dead during student representative council elections at the Soshanguve campus in August

TUT to reopen six weeks after student shooting

Students had not been attending classes for six weeks following the death of student Katlego Monareng, allegedly at the hands of police

TUT suspends academic activities, students at both Soshanguve campuses

The university says all academic activities had been suspended until further notice and several students have received suspension notices

Banyana ace in the land down under

The footballer is one of two local players to be snapped up by a professional league in Australia

Bloody sand marks student’s death

A protest over alleged rigged SRC elections at TUT ended tragically

Students frustrated despite TUT investigation into student shooting

Thursday marks a week since law student Katlego Monareng was allegedly shot and killed by a police officer following a protest on a TUT campus

TUT Soshanguve students march to the offices of police minister

According to one student leader, the march is meant to ‘garner public sympathy to force the minister of police to give this issue special attention’

Graduation ceremonies a success

Autumn graduation ceremonies fairly conducted

Slice of Life: One shot, one opportunity …

The rappers were told that we’d be going on last, so we had no choice but to sit and wait. Then came heartbreak

Tshwane University of Technology offers progressive curriculum up to doctoral degrees

Qualifications must remain relevant in the rapidly changing job market

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​No apology or comfort as another Marikana mother dies without justice

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