Walter Sisulu University (WSU)

 
Students at two Eastern Cape universities back on campus after water cuts
Students at two Eastern Cape universities back on campus after water cuts
The universities of Walter Sisulu and Fort Hare have reopened two of their campuses after shutting down last week because of a lack of...
Early state capture stalled motor city
Early state capture stalled motor city
After Crispian Olver controversially lifted the lid on graft in Nelson Mandela Bay in his 2018 book, How to Steal a City, a new book...
Zondo inquiry and corruption charges pose a twin threat against Zuma
Zondo inquiry and corruption charges pose a twin threat against Zuma
Former president Jacob Zuma has been backed into a corner, and he is coming out of it fighting.
NSFAS big spender to have her day in court
NSFAS big spender to have her day in court
A Walter Sisulu University student who received R14.1-million from the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) after the finance scheme...
Council defends law school accreditation decision
Council defends law school accreditation decision
The head of the Council for Higher Education (CHE), Narend Baijnath, has defended the council’s bombshell decision to withdraw the undergraduate...
Student fund gets a human face
Student fund gets a human face
The saga of the R14-million that was accidentally paid to a student at Walter Sisulu University (WSU) has knocked the image of the National Student...
Service provider to take 'legal action' against R14m student
Service provider to take 'legal action' against R14m student
Intellimali, a company that administers payments for students on financial aid at Walter Sisulu University (WSU), has threatened to pursue a case...
WSU student accidentally receives R14m NSFAS deposit
WSU student accidentally receives R14m NSFAS deposit
A Walter Sisulu University student who accidentally received a whopping R14-million National Student Financial Aid Scheme pay-out has already...
​Campus politics signals a jump to the left, say student leaders
​Campus politics signals a jump to the left, say student leaders
Student leaders at the University of Cape Town (UCT) say the swing to radical left political views signals an “imminent ideological paradigm...
Healthcare heroes heal the system
Healthcare heroes heal the system
Arthur Setlhapelo's focus is momentarily broken by a person in a bright yellow T-shirt walking past the window. He turns his attention back to...
Holomisa urges Zuma to intervene in WSU strike
Holomisa urges Zuma to intervene in WSU strike
United Democratic Movement (UDM) leader Bantu Holomisa has called on President Jacob Zuma to intervene to end the Walter Sisulu University...
Walter Sisulu University: Administrator to continue
Walter Sisulu University: Administrator to continue
The university has had to close its academic...

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