As the alleged wrongdoing at Bishops Diocesan College shows, equating wealth with virtue is a bad idea, writes Helena Wasserman.
Sprinkles early. Morning clouds. Mild.
Stellenbosch University residence Huis ten Bosch, which was damaged in a blaze, will close for the rest of the semester for repairs, the university has announced.
The story has even caught international attention.
High school teacher Erin Castillo designed a mental health check-in chart where students can anonymously share if they're struggling.
The student discount applies once a month until the end of October. And yes, they check whether you are really a student.
You don't have to wait for a call from your grown offspring anymore. Nowadays you have a variety of ways to keep in touch.
Anything and everything associated with terminating the success and existence of black female students, such as rape, should immediately compel stakeholders to take action, writes Pedro Mzileni.
Ford SA is offering local graduates who obtained qualifications within the last five years a 5% discount on a new car.
We have been taught that we need three meals a day in order to make it through the day and while most of us indulge in more than our fair share there is a large portion of South Africans who are living off barely enough to sustain them.
Telkom and Cell C are now offering students affected by current protests free data to access academic material after missing lecturers.
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.
We have the opportunity to serve one another, learn from those around us, keep our government accountable and work not for our own gain but for a better future for those who will come after us, writes Carli van Wyk.
Living in our small, strange bubble of a town that has a multitude of issues that have yet been solved. Whilst it should not just be the responsibility of students to initiate conversations and change, students do have a role to play.
Listed education group Advtech plans to pay some R340 million for what is now Monash South Africa. The students that come with the deal aren't impressed, but aren't burning down buildings either.
Higher education institutions must adapt if they are to produce graduates who can keep up with the rapidly changing pace of workplaces, technologies and industries.
A white student is expelled after proudly sharing details on social media about how she contaminated her black roommate's belongings.
Vodacom has zero-rated its internet data costs to certain key university websites for student and staff subscribers, amid growing demand for data prices to fall.
School is over and it’s time for a new breed of students to begin their fresher’s week in universities and colleges around the country.
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.
Footage of a classroom fight, filmed by an agitator who spurs on the attacker, has gone viral.
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