As the alleged wrongdoing at Bishops Diocesan College shows, equating wealth with virtue is a bad idea, writes Helena Wasserman.
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At government level there seems to be a lack of understanding about the extent of the education crisis the country faces, says prof. Jonathan Jansen of the Faculty of Education at Stellenbosch University.
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Although he offers a glimpse of hope in the last pages, Jonathan Jansen has clearly given up on government and for him, civil society involvement is the only answer to return sanity to universities, writes Msindisi Fengu.
Former University of the Free State vice chancellor Jonathan Jansen has posed a series of tough questions about South Africa's matric results and the country's education system.
The University of the Free State has shortlisted three people for the rector and vice chancellor position, it says.
The country’s universities cannot handle another 0% fee increase and it will break down decades of hard work, outgoing UFS vice chancellor Jonathan Jansen has said.
Former Minister of Finance Trevor Manuel and world renowned author and columnist Max du Preez have been awarded honorary doctorates by the University of Free State.
Two of South Africa’s most outspoken and prolific academics have called for better leadership and more participation from communities in improving education.
UFS vice-chancellor and rector, Jonathan Jansen, on Friday expressed concern about the increasing costs of the damage students caused during protests.
While some students at the University of Free State have described Jonathan Jansen stepping down as a loss, a group of students have celebrated his announcement.
Former University of the Free State vice-chancellor, Professor Jonathan Jansen, has accepted a position as a professor at Stellenbosch University.
When somebody puts on the table a term like radical economic transformation, I expect social scientists to say, wait, let’s unpack this. What does this mean? We just swallow the stuff, says Jonathan Jansen.
Prof. Francis Petersen, the incoming vice-chancellor of the University of the Free State, talks racism at Shimla Park, funding for higher education and his 'integrated transformation plan'.
Professor Francis Petersen has been appointed as University of the Free State vice chancellor and rector.
Anyone who believes transformation is easy has never tried to change an old university, former University of Free State vice-chancellor Jonathan Jansen has said.
Outgoing UFS Vice Chancellor Jonathan Jansen says the government's decision to institute a 0% fee increase at South African universities last year has created the current funding crisis.
The process of appointing a new vice-chancellor and rector at the University of Free State has started.
Professor Jonathan Jansen has delivered the keynote address at the University of KwaZulu-Natal’s 10th Annual Strini Moodley Memorial Lecture at the university’s Westville Campus.
Former EFF member Andile Mngxitama told UFS vice-chancellor Jonathan Jansen in front of a packed gathering on Friday that he had failed to transform higher education in South Africa.
Prof Jonathan Jansen will step down as Vice Chancellor and Rector of the University of the Free State at the end of August.
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