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Students to receive NSFAS laptops by March

Nearly a year after Nzimande announced that NSFAS beneficiaries would receive laptops as part of the interventions for Covid-19 at higher education institutions, the devices are yet to be delivered

Five universities extend academic year to March 2021

Minister Blade Nzimande says a staggered ending of the academic year is intended to support students

Students ‘dreams are crumbling’

Those at historically disadvantaged universities feel abandoned while their peers at richer institutions continue with their studies

Student drops out as tech access issues hinder his learning

In April, UniZulu announced that it had negotiated zero-rated data with MTN, Telkom and Cell C in so its students could access teaching and learning on its online platform without incurring data costs

Government’s plan for universities and schools – the story so far

Ministers outline initiatives and the plans for all education institutions

Students, your violence destroyed a man’s livelihood

While life goes on for the students at UniZulu, may they spare a thought for Ndumiso Ntsele whose only sin was to try to make an honest living in tough economic times

UniZulu again has no elected SRC

Student leaders say the new SRC administrator is unknown to students and may not represent their needs

Report finds most SA universities well run

But Parliament also hears that some of these institutions require additional support

UniZulu res needs inkosi’s signature

Students staying off-campus have been targeted by criminals, yet the university has been sitting on money to construct another residence

UniZulu’s plans to build residences hampered because it does not own land

The university’s council says it does not have the deed to the land it is built on

Advancing gender equality in academia

Even in institutions of higher education, women continue to face discrimination. Here’s how we can fix that

#WhyThisMatters: Billions spent, squalor still at rural universities

Billions are being spent to give students — and this country — a better future. It must be accounted for.

LETTER: The murder of Prof Kamwendo at UniZulu

Kamwendo’s murder is an incident that is simply at the extreme end of a spectrum of problematic dynamics in the South African academy

Deadly twist to university dispute

A former colleague has been charged with the murder of an arts dean after threatening him

EFF gains a foothold in KwaZulu-Natal

Its focus in the province, and elsewhere, is on the youth vote and SRC polls are the starting point

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