Telkom, Cell C to offer students free data amid protests

2016-10-19 15:47

Telkom and Cell C are now offering students affected by current protests free data to access academic material after missing lecturers.

Students stand defiant

2016-09-21 10:08

Students on the Pietermaritzburg campus of the University of KwaZulu-Natal say they are unlikely to return to class until at least October 14, when the UKZN Council meets to deliberate on fees for 2017.

Students meet future employers

2016-08-25 12:10

Students flocked to the Durban University of Technology’s graduate recruitment programme held at the Riverside campus in Pietermaritzburg on Wednesday.

Four local students get chance to study in India

2016-06-10 11:00

Four Pietermaritzburg students will be leaving for India soon after they were awarded scholarships from the Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR).

Students don’t feel safe

2016-05-13 08:27

The assault and suspected attempted hijacking of a student within University of Kwa­Zulu-Natal property has brought safety concerns at the Pietermaritzburg campus to the fore.

Court grants more time for DUT students to oppose interdict

2016-04-13 09:41

An estimated 28 000 students at Durban University of Technology (DUT) campuses around KZN have an opportunity to apply for legal aid if they want to oppose a high court interdict granted against students in February.

WATCH: Students face-off at Maties statue

Students clashed in front of a statue on campus at Stellenbosch University on Thursday.

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Students end strike

2016-01-28 14:16

The strike at the Umgungundlovu Technical and Vocational Education and Training College is over.

Two UKZN students bag Mandela Rhodes scholarship

2015-12-16 09:20

Two students from the University of KwaZulu-Natal have been selected among 50 new Mandela Rhodes scholars, who will make up the Class of 2016.

Student protests: The real culprit

2015-10-21 07:51

The true blame for SA's student protests lies with government's failure to provide sufficient funding to make fee hikes unnecessary, says Leopold Scholtz.


University of Capitulation: SA paying the price as thugs trample ordinary rights

2016-09-23 12:33

The rights of ordinary students and staff are being trampled by marauding thugs and if common ground is not found soon, all of SA will pay the price, says an academic.

WATCH: Swearing teen pummels boy's head with fist

Footage of a classroom fight, filmed by an agitator who spurs on the attacker, has gone viral.

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Economists to engage on SA’s public policy issues

2016-07-11 16:01

Top postgraduate students as well as local and international experts will discuss public policy challenges at National Treasury's Public Economics Winter School.

Student parties too loud

2016-06-03 08:22

Help Scottsville. That is the plea from irate residents who are fed up with rowdy students that have “infiltrated” the area.

Huge cost to varsities

2016-04-13 13:30

Fees may have fallen, but the cost to South African universities for damage to property has skyrocketed to over R300 million.

What do employees want?

2016-03-17 14:23

Research for the latest Universum Ideal Employer Rankings consists of an analysis of responses from students and professionals. So what did they have to say and how do companies measure up?

Development tackles lack of student accommodation

2016-02-16 12:25

A new residence building in Mowbray will go some way towards addressing the student housing crisis gripping the Western Cape.

Inside Labour: Economic policy and the Freedom Charter

2016-01-15 07:18

Labour should consider agreeing a comprehensive plan that might have a real chance of opening the doors of learning and culture, says Terry Bell.

Depts ‘never paid us’

2015-12-11 10:00

Umgungundlovu FET students who were placed in different provincial government departments to do their in-service training have cried foul after they were never paid for the work they did.

Zuma slams campus chaos

2015-10-07 12:34

Protesting university students received a tongue lashing from President Jacob Zuma who ­condemned the sporadic outbursts of violence across the country, especially at UKZN.

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