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#FeesMustFall: History of South African student protests reflects inequality’s grip
#FeesMustFall: History of South African student protests reflects inequality’s grip
Protests at South Africa’s universities didn’t suddenly start in 2015 with the "
Wits to run poll on resumption of academic programme
Wits to run poll on resumption of academic programme
The University of the Witwatersrand released a statement on Monday afternoon saying it will run a poll on whether students and staff feel the...
​Varsity fee hikes could go above 8%
​Varsity fee hikes could go above 8%
There’s no guarantee that university fee increases for 2017 would be capped at 8%, as recommended by the higher education minister, said the...
#Fees2017: Wits students answer back after university locks down Solomon Mahlangu House
#Fees2017: Wits students answer back after university locks down Solomon Mahlangu House
After initial tension between rival student political parties, students united to shutdown Wits University. It wasn’t, however, just the...
Fee scheme has to run the gauntlet
Fee scheme has to run the gauntlet
The government is planning a major overhaul of its student funding system. This comes in the wake of protests at the country’s universities that...
Will political tension get the better of #FeesMustFall?
Will political tension get the better of #FeesMustFall?
Unexpected power exercised in unexpected ways by often unexpected leaders has characterised the #FeesMustFall movement, writes Pontsho Pilane....
Academia must stand the test of time
Academia must stand the test of time
The mainstream media classify the ongoing student protests as being about the high cost of studies, as in #FeesMustFall. But #RhodesMustFall and...
[Slideshow]The #FeesMustFall posters that made us sit up and pay attention
[Slideshow]The #FeesMustFall posters that made us sit up and pay attention
From Oscar Pistorius to President Jacob Zuma’s numeracy skills, the students' posters were sharp, funny and grabbed our attention. See our selection.
[Slideshow]The violence that spoiled the students' victory - in pictures
[Slideshow]The violence that spoiled the students' victory - in pictures
The streets of Pretoria slipped into a war zone when police opened fire on protesting students who tried to storm the Union Buildings on Friday.
Mantashe: University management 'must not be arrogant'
Mantashe: University management 'must not be arrogant'
Gwede Mantashe said blame should not be shifted away from universities to government and the ruling party as universities take unilateral decisions...
#FeesMustFall: Cavernous contradictions in education and the economy
#FeesMustFall: Cavernous contradictions in education and the economy
“The Doors of Learning and Culture Shall be opened! Education shall be free, compulsory, universal and equal for all children; Higher education...

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