Report reveals Zuma’s ‘plan for free higher education’

An exclusive report by Times Live this morning revealed that President Jacob Zuma plans  to announce a plan to introduce free tertiary education across the board. Citing government...

NSFAS closes second round of applications

On Sunday Sizwe Nxasana, the chairperson of the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS), held a media briefing on the status of 2017 NSFAS...

Student’s suicide puts spotlight on rape culture

Students and Rhodes university staff are partaking in today's memorial programme to honour Khensani Maseko, the student who took her own life last Friday....

Normalcy restored at WSU and registration continues

Registration resumed at Walter Sisulu University's (WSU) Buffalo City Campus (BCC) yesterday. This followed university management and the BCC Student Representative Council (SRC) reaching...

Petition against Wits SRC president for alleged racist remarks

The University of the Witwatersrand (Wits) is currently investigating an online petition against Student Representative Council (SRC) president Kefentse Mkhari, who allegedly made racist...

Protest action leads to blood shortage

While we all are deeply concerned about how the protest action will affect our respective academic years, protests have contributed to another crisis: a...

Anti-rape protestors disrupt Zuma election results speech

Anti-rape activists staged a silent protest that took the attention away from a speech by President Jacob Zuma on the election results at the...
Tshwane University of Technology

Student protests shut TUT Pretoria campus

The Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) campus in Pretoria suspended classes today after a fire was started amid student protests last night. The university said...

CUT students face ruling on charges

Six students from Central University of Technology (CUT) appeared in Bloemfontein’s Magistrate’s court yesterday to find out whether the charges against them will be...

What happened after SAUS’ call for Fees Must Fall Reloaded

Last week South Africans had their eyes on universities across the country in anticipation of Fees Must Fall Reloaded. This followed after the South African Union...

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