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African universities move up the ranks
African universities move up the ranks
Higher education institutions in Africa have moved up university rankings. This is according to the 2019 Emerging Economies University Rankings....
Mr Nice Guy with a big mission
Mr Nice Guy with a big mission
Professor Tawana Kupe appears to be cautious and reserved — until he begins to speak about his collection of books and his new job as...
Another NGO deals with sexual harassment claim
Another NGO deals with sexual harassment claim
The Centre for Applied Legal Studies (CALS) on Tuesday released a statement about a case of sexual harassment brought against a former staff member...
Khaya Sithole Saica hearing to continue
Khaya Sithole Saica hearing to continue
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Eight universities get full LLB accreditation; five more in the balance
Eight universities get full LLB accreditation; five more in the balance
Universities that faced the risk of losing their accreditation for the bachelor of laws (LLB) qualification — because the programme did not...
Labour department accused of undermining ‘meaningful national minimum wage package’
Labour department accused of undermining ‘meaningful national minimum wage package’
University of the Witwatersrand’s National Minimum Wage Research Initiative has slammed the department of labour for ignoring critical concerns...
Eight years for striking one match
Eight years for striking one match
Khaya Cekeshe badly wanted to study law at the University of the Witwatersrand but his parents couldn’t afford the fees.
Open varsity gates to the commons
Open varsity gates to the commons
Fearing the loss of an academic year, students at Walter Sisulu University (WSU) returned to their studies earlier this month after extended...
We need our foreign doctors
We need our foreign doctors
Even after more than two decades, Dr Akin Ogunronbi still recalls his first day of training at Groote Schuur Hospital in Cape Town because it was...
Death and dignity: How KZN strips cancer patients of their pride
Death and dignity: How KZN strips cancer patients of their pride
Roxanne Premchund would sometimes hear her father scream.
#LifeEsidimeni: Motsoaledi and Makhura could be forced to pay up from their pockets
#LifeEsidimeni: Motsoaledi and Makhura could be forced to pay up from their pockets
Gauteng health department officials could be criminally charged with culpable homicide for their roles in the Life Esidimeni scandal, says David...
Wits staff set to strike
Wits staff set to strike
The University of the Witwatersrand has given its workers an ultimatum to accept the salary increase it has put on the table or forego an annual...

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