Transformation more than a numbers game

The University of Johannesburg is helping to facilitate the development of CAs from underrepresented sections of the population, writes Penny Haw

2 days ago
Access to education a problem across the world, says UN paper

Disadvantaged groups miss out as university student numbers surge in wealthier countries

3 days ago
University campuses get R7bn injection

Infrastructure backlogs have led to accommodation shortages and student protests

6 days ago
What lessons does Mexico offer SA on maximising classrooms?

Mexico has an effective way of squeezing the most out of its schooling infrastructure, writes Cara Bouwer

6 days ago
First hippo-avoiding ferry for school children is launched in KZN

The boat, manned by a qualified skipper, bridges two communities separated by the Kosi Bay lakes so children no longer have to wade across to get to school

7 days ago
Wits University wants to talk; students say they tried that and it didn’t work

Students are mugged when walking the 400m from the residence to the campus, and want wi-fi and more cleaners — or they’ll make the university ungovernable

7 days ago