The resurgence of Fees Must Fall protests has affected the following campuses.
Students and graduates from South African universities have taken to Twitter to share some tips with prospective first-years.
The students died in three seperate tragedies.
Students at the University of Zululand have called on the community and policymakers – and now the Minister of Police – to increase security on campus.
The NSFAS appears to be turning things around following its entering into administration and has approved financial aid for nearly 450 000 students in 2019.
If you’ve got a child doing their exams, they’re best advised not to “prolong the agony”. Apparently, this method of completing matric is a misfire.
The KwaZulu-Natal students are angry at the poor administration of the school but the fact that they are demanding smoke breaks has derailed the protest.
Pastor Pickard Henn rebuked students stating those who had sex before marriage were prostitutes.
This isn’t a big or clever way to get what you want: A group of students in Polokwane have been blasted, after they vandalised streets and threw rocks at cars.
Presto, a youth-owned business, has an app which provides access to study guides written by the top performing students in South Africa. It’s the perfect tool to help students prepare for the September exams.
Video footage of callous EFF members, partaking in protest action by way of throwing garbage out of bins, has made its way onto social media.
This is a touch of class from AKA. The hip-hop giant isn’t just making a huge financial contribution to the cause, but he’s on campus handing out food on Monday.
“Respect your teachers, they are here to build your futures” – Thanks to Debi Dulamo, we’ve all got something in our eyes…
University registration fees and convoluted application processes have got the EFF on high alert, with their student command ready to take action.
The NSFAS website will stop accepting the online application at midnight on Sunday, 2 December, and no late applications will be received thereafter.
A representative for the University of Limpopo confirmed that the viral video of students ditching their exam is genuine.
Rather than the test being difficult, it’s now being suggested that the University of Limpopo students received the wrong exam paper.
This comes following the resignation of Nsfas chairperson, Sizwe Nxasana.
The TUT shooting on Thursday evening has rocked the student community, who were protesting against “rigged” SRC results.
Every year over 600 learners participate in the Eskom Expo for Young Scientists International Science Fair, the largest science fair in Africa, with the aim of taking home a share of the prizes valued at more than R4 million.