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No arrests in shooting at University of Limpopo as students demand tighter security
No arrests in shooting at University of Limpopo as students demand tighter security
While students demand safety at the University of Limpopo’s Mankweng campus, the assailant who shot a 25-year-old student on Saturday remains...
Student 'punished for being poor' gets debt paid
Student 'punished for being poor' gets debt paid
The University of Limpopo confirmed it has withheld the bachelor of arts degree in media studies Sello Molewa achieved in 2007 because – as...
DA wants probe into varsity funding
DA wants probe into varsity funding
DA spokesperson Annelie Lotriet said in a statement that she would write to Motswane Ishmael Malale, chairperson of the portfolio committee to ask...
Sisters in the academic struggle
Sisters in the academic struggle
That there continue to be many disparities between men and women at universities is clear from many national publications, including the Council on...
Medunsa rises from the ashes of Limpopo divorce
Medunsa rises from the ashes of Limpopo divorce
Apart from announcing divorce action for one of the country's unhappier university marriages, Minister of Higher Education and Training Blade...
Time for a U-turn
Time for a U-turn
At the beginning of 2005, when the new North-West University had become a legal entity, most of the staff of the former Vista University's Sebokeng...
Registration suspended at Limpopo University campus
Registration suspended at Limpopo University campus
The University of Limpopo's Medunsa campus suspended the registration of first-year students on Monday because of a strike by senior students, a...
Ministers clear the air on Medunsa
Ministers clear the air on Medunsa
The ministers of health and higher education held an urgent press briefing on Thursday afternoon to explain utterances reportedly made by ANC Youth...
With many tongues
With many tongues
There's a quiet language revolution going on in one of the country's less-publicised universities that more illustrious tertiary institutions could...
ANC delegates have voracious appetites
ANC delegates have voracious appetites
With 1,5 tonnes of meat and 3 500 litres of ice cream consumed daily at the African National Congress's conference in Limpopo, it came as no...
ANC voting: 'So far, so good'
ANC voting: 'So far, so good'
A third day of cool, rainy weather in Polokwane did little to quench the fiery support for the front-runners in the ANC presidential race: Thabo...
Microbicide trial failure deals blow to Aids war
Microbicide trial failure deals blow to Aids war
An anti-Aids gel that had reached the final phase of testing was unable to prevent the transmission of HIV, research NGO and non-profit organisation the Population Council said on Monday....

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