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#BehindtheSelfie with... Chris Rawlinson

This week, we find out what's really going on behind the selfie with Chris Rawlinson, ex-Ogilvy/WPP, now creator of 42courses.com, a learning platform for the creative industries...

By Leigh Andrews 14 hours ago

NMMU, Rhodes lawsuit threat

NMMU and Rhodes University could be facing a lawsuit from hundreds of angry parents whose children have been affected by fee-related protests...

5 hours ago

AfriForum's Unisa language case to go on

Lobby group AfriForum says its battle to preserve Afrikaans as a medium of instruction at various universities in the country will continue despite a high court ruling that dismissed its urgent application to interdict the University of SA (Unisa) from implementing its English-only policy...

By Bekezela Phakathi 1 day ago

To study or not to study...

As several universities around South Africa remain shut this week, Wits University is planning to poll its students and staff over whether the institution should remain closed...

By Jan Bornman, Nivashni Nair, Taschica Pillay, Farre 1 day ago

Education awards honour excellence in digital teaching

Kedibone Makgato, Mokhudu Machaba and Erika Esterhuizen have been recognised as ISPA teachers of the year at the annual ISPA SuperTeacher Awards Gala Dinner on 22 September 2016...

2 days ago

Spring ushers in a flurry of activities at Regent Business School

There has been a hive of academic and social activity at Regent Business School in the recent past and there are plans afoot to have many more in the near future...

Issued by Regent Business School 2 days ago

Treasury aims to extend tax incentives

The Treasury has proposed a two-year extension of the employment tax incentive and a five-year extension of the learnership tax incentive, both of which, it says, have yielded positive results.

2 days ago

Technology solutions help to boost citizen empowerment

Information and communications technology (ICT) remains the key contributor to the development of advanced economies...

23 Sep 2016

Education needs a sustainable funding model

SA should prioritise education right now and give it all the commitment, input, expertise and finances it needs. It includes all education - early childhood development, primary, secondary school and higher education...

By Professor Owen Skae 22 Sep 2016

GIBS forum on leadership and strategy - lessons from the military with US General George W. Casey

General George W. Casey, who served as Chief of Staff of the US Army efforts in Iraq, told a recent GIBS forum that the current unpredictable global political and economic climate requires leaders of vision, courage and character...

Issued by Gordon Institute of Business Science 22 Sep 2016

Eight arrested in NMMU fees protest

Eight Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (NMMU) students were arrested in Port Elizabeth on Wednesday, 21 September 2016...

By Amir Chetty 22 Sep 2016

Fees commission busy working on solution

The chairman of the fees commission has called for patience from students and urged them to accept fee hikes...

By Penelope Mashego and Karl Gerntzky 22 Sep 2016

Industry-specific learning: the future of education?

The #feesmustfall movement has gained high exposure and news interest in the last year. Looking beyond the politics of the situation, I am a firm believer that access to universities should be free for deserving students. Keyword: deserving...

By Jared Louw 21 Sep 2016

UCT blends art and commerce with new Humanities major

The University of Cape Town is taking another step in bridging the traditional divide between arts and commerce by introducing Information Systems (IS) as a major subject in the Humanities faculty.

21 Sep 2016

Fees mayhem spreads

Students are adamant that free education is feasible as university protests enter their third day, despite the Treasury saying those who can afford to should pay fees...

By Sipho Mabena, Nathi Olifant and Poppy Louw 21 Sep 2016

GIBS forum - Global political risk and impact: The future of politics

The global political structure is undergoing "a period of considerable challenge and uncertainty, but also stimulus and opportunity," Dame Judith Macgregor, British High Commissioner to South Africa, told a GIBS forum...

Issued by Gordon Institute of Business Science 21 Sep 2016

Fees 'cop-out' rage

"A cop-out" and a "short-term reaction to a crisis" is how analysts have described the government's decision to shield poor and middle-income students from university fee increases...

20 Sep 2016

City Varsity Alumni takes SA to Toronto International Film Festival with smashing box office movie

A former student from City Varsity Cape Town, Thabang Muleya, made history for South African cinemas with his box office film, Happiness is a Four-Letter Word, which earned a whopping R5m within a month of its release...

Issued by CityVarsity 20 Sep 2016

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