Now THIS is what we call inspiring: Fabrice Kapya came to SA as an asylum seeker in 2018 – and the PhD candidate has never looked back.
SA musician Oskido has encouraged his fans to keep empowering themselves after sharing that he is headed back to school!
The Johannesburg Zoo has denied allegations claiming that lions and pumas tested Covid-19 positive after interacting with staff.
Max, a blue and gold macaw, received a fully functional 3D-printed prosthetic beak after getting into two scuffles with other macaws.
The US News & World Report published its 2022 edition which sees six South African Universities ranked among the top 500 in the world.
A white rhino named Oz became the first of its kind to undergo a live CT scan in South Africa after an unusual swelling to his face.
A meteorologist and UP master’s student was pleasantly surprised when his Master’s thesis was converted into a PhD.
Graduates of UCT remain among the world’s most employable, according to the 2022 Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) Graduate Employability Rankings
The country’s university students had the opportunity to rate their institutions, which saw the University of Pretoria take top honours.
We look back on this day in history and remember the people and events that shaped the world we live in today. Every day is worth remembering.
Sammy Troughton has expressed his delight at returning to the University of Pretoria five years after leaving the team.
It’s likely that the next superspreader event in South Africa will emerge on-campus – with the first warning signs coming from the University of Pretoria.
The 2021 edition of the Varsity Cup will be played in a secure bio-bubble at the University of Pretoria from 4 April to 24 May.
Elon Musk’s mother shared her tech billionaire son’s computer aptitude test from 1989 on Twitter, beaming over his advanced intellect.
The Portfolio Committee on Higher Education has welcomed Professor LenkaBula’s appointment as Unisa’s vice-chancellor and said it was a step in the right direction
Across the world, the higher education sector is changing because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Zwelethu Mthethwa’ was convicted in 2017 of killing Nokuphila Kumalo.
It’s causing quite the stir across South Africa, but the ANC have given their full backing to the University of Pretoria for removing Afrikaans from teaching.
A decision influenced by stats has become politicised.
The numbers don’t lie, says Tuks.
It’s that time of the year where hopeful students across the country start writing the most important examination of their lives.
Two University of Pretoria hostels have been slammed for their racist behaviour after failing to meet basic transformation requirements. These UP hostels remain basically all-white.
An SRC election is usually one long complicated debate and series of promises. The DA Student Organisation seems to have hit the nail on the head here.
Excellence upon excellence…
These students say they have nowhere else to go.