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The case of Prof. Tawana Kupe has brought into focus a larger dilemma facing higher education institutions
This is in terms of lives lost and overall economic impact, but not size
Despite negotiations, six protesting students remain suspended from the university for damage to property and infringing on others’ right to learn and work
Their demands and the reactions they solicit no longer match those of 2015’s #FeesMustFall – students need an actionable plan, funds, accommodation
The group says what better way to raise awareness about birds and birding than to name birds in South African languages
His demeaning behaviour at Wits was publicly exposed – yet forgiven – in London
Students were told that the scheme would no longer fund them and that they were also liable for 2020 fees and all other study costs
The 2020 Child Gauge is calling for a clear commitment from the government to end the “slow violence of malnutrition” faced by children
Students from campuses across the country have started embarking on protests, demanding that their historical debt be scrapped and that they be allowed to register
Funds will be diverted from the higher education department to help cover the NSFAS shortfall
" I had to finish school. I had to complete my degree to honour my grandmother’s sacrifice."
Mendeleev’s discovery accurately maps the link between atoms and elements, and the micro and macro worlds
The concept of the “pop-up warehouse” will become more common in the future
Mcebo Dlamini announced last week that he would contest the ANCYL’s leadership race
Africa’s inequality gap has stubbornly remained
Saica’s inquiry into chartered accountant, commentator and former Wits lecturer Khaya Sithole will resume on Wednesday
Working with the community surrounding Univen was the most constructive way to changing mindsets
The week-long workers’ strike at Wits has been suspended after management and the workers’ unions reached an agreement
Kgomotso Neto Tleane’s photographs carve a revisionist path of his experience of Johannesburg.
Boitumelo Mantji realised that she felt alone because her ancestors couldn’t find here
Words in local languages to describe queer people are offensive and in English are inaccessible
Most industry players believe the criteria used in university rankings leave out critical considerations such as the social context of South Africa.
Wits University should take up students’ violence as a pedagogical challenge.
Campuses were calm this week. But, with the possibility that protests may resume, the “securitisation” of campuses remains a burning issue.
The university says it cannot make the report public because it names the complainant and the accused.
The state security minister says he was not involved in the arrest of the student leader and rubbished allegations of being linked to rhino poaching.
As the Fees Must Fall leader remains jailed, students at the University of the Witwatersrand continue to show support for him.
Students say Habib has been invited to address mass meetings ever since the protests began, but failed to show up.
Students leaders remained on campus to caucus and talk about their way forward as students went to hillbrow support the ones who were arrested.