The civil rights organisation says students have been asking it to intervene and warned if the crisis was not resolved fast, they would have no option but to protest
Mbude is now Deputy Director-General for Special Projects including African language education, seen by many as a key to improving child literacy
The vice-chancellor of the University of the Free State has spoken about academic measures for students for the academic year following the national shutdown
South African university graduates are willing to take menial jobs because of the dearth of suitable employment despite being highly educated
The drought-related day zero and the mobility day zero have more in common than you may think, writes Dr Bradley Rink
Universities that faced the risk of losing their accreditation for the bachelor of laws qualification are off the hook
A jamboree of poets traverses the city, feels it’s pain and emerges to restore what was taken
The Economic Freedom Fighters and Pan Africanist movement dominate Cape university SRCs.