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Trouble looms in higher education as Covid-19 compounds issues affecting enrolment, inclusivity

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Unisa has communicated its intention to reduce its 2021 first-year intake by 20 000 spaces
Unisa has communicated its intention to reduce its 2021 first-year intake by 20 000 spaces

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Over the past few years Unisa has been doing a tremendous job in absorbing surplus first-year students from contact-based learning institutions, but not without paying a price.

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