Wits chemist is the first African woman on ‘periodic table’

A Wits University lecturer gains international recognition for her research on vitamin B12 and cobalt. CORRECTION (04/09/2018): This article originally referred to Dr Mathura as...
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Student news wrap 05/09/18

News about and for students from around the world. UL exam walkouts could face suspension University of Limpopo students who stormed out of an exam room...

NSFAS 2019 is open

Minister of Higher Education Naledi Pandor released a statement today announcing that the 2019 National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) applications will be opened on...

Wits duo clean up Braam’s dirty laundry

Two Wits students have started a laundry service, LaundryBae, to serve the Wits community and residents in Braamfontein, Melville and Auckland Park. Originally launched in...

UCT tops global list of free online courses

Class Central has released its annual list of the top 50 Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) offered free of charge around the world and the University of...
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Student news wrap 28/8/18

News from around the world. Suspect arrested in Morrocan 'Masters-for-money' scandal An investigation has been launched in the wake of allegations that students could pay to guarantee...
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TUT student killed in election clashes

Allegations that the SRC elections held at Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) yesterday were rigged led to violent clashes and the fatal shooting of...

New administrator to tackle floundering NSFAS

Just over a week after it's chairperson resigned, The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) has appointed a new administrator. Dr Randall Carolissen is currently...

Africa student news wrap 15/08/18

Student news from around Africa. Protests lockdown UKZN’s Westville campus  The University of KwaZulu-Natal suspended lectures and tests at its Westville campus yesterday as protests entered...

UJ execs to pay back stolen millions

Last week, two former University of Johannesburg (UJ) executives were court-ordered to pay back more than R14 million that the pair had stolen through...

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