Get ready to dance the night off at the Student Digzz opening party! The funniest controversial challenge turned party, themed...
Disability support taken up a few notches on Qwaqwa Campus.
Allan Gray Orbis Foundation invests in the education and development of individuals with entrepreneurial potential within Southern Africa.
The week's update on what went down in University sport.
The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) has raised expressed its concern following media reports regarding non-payment of allowances for students at University of South Africa...
The University of Pretoria’s NSFAS missing middle students received donations of basic needs essentials from the Back2Varsity campaign that was supported by Menlyn Park Shopping Centre....
This week’s rundown of Varsity Cup matches and upcoming games FNB Rhodes travelled up to Pretoria on Monday night to go against the FNB TUT.The result...
If you are a fan of stand-up comedy then you might want to laugh it out with South Africa's funniest comedians this weekend.
The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) on Wednesday said it was “concerned and alarmed” that students had been left to find accommodation in public libraries...
In spite of an agreement between the management of the University of KwaZulu-Natal and students meant to halt a new spate of protests at the institution’s...
The Global Citizen Fellowship Program powered by BeyGOOD will offer 10-15 paid, year-long fellowship aligned to one of Global Citizen’s four pillars of activity: creative, campaigns,...
Hungry students are being fed 600 lunches a day in a feeding scheme that is growing in leaps and bounds at the University of Cape Town...
Funds provided for academically deserving students who were unable to register because of outstanding fees
Academic activities still halted at UKZN Campuses as management and the student body are still in talks regarding student's demands
UPDATE of this week's Varsity Cup matches
Protests that shut down Nelson Mandela University in Port Elizabeth on Wednesday have been called off.
UJ to be co-organiser of the University of Oxford's Media Policy Summer Institute
Nearly 80, but North West man proves you're never too old to study
Economic development to contribute more to the large population which are students moving forward.
The University is set to engage with representatives from the protesting students to ensure the situation's speedy resolution.
The University moved up two places from 2018 to ninth position for development studies.
WITS SRC in talks with the City of Johannesburg, over finding students accomodation.
WITS’ second loss in five matches, sees UJ victorious.
UFS Student's amazing spirit not broken!
Tshwane University of Technology hit by further disruptions, as strike action saw all of the University's Campuses shutdown.
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The Origins Centre Museum will host this exhibition.
Game changing opportunity for young Engineering Graduates.
DUT student death commemorated by University.
Desserts on the Go!
Palesa ” Deejay” Manaleng wins the national H3 para-cycling title in the 2019 South Africa road championships event, which took place in Pretoria, from 7-10 February....
The Electoral Commission (IEC) in the Free State receives a disappointing turn out in the number of registered youth in 28 tertiary institutions ahead of voting...
Quick easy delicious meals on a budget!
Update on this week’s FNB varsity cup.
First month of Professor Kupe as new Vice Chancellor of the University of Pretoria.
Teachers Award Ceremony hosted by the Department of Basic Education
Students at the University of Technology are today expected to return to lectures, following three weeks of disruptions. The academic programme at all five Durban University...
DUT to resume classes following violent protests
Under Carpet Records Presents Dejavu Vendredi From: Fri 22 Feb 2019 8:00 PM To: Sat 23 Feb 2019 3:00 AM Date: Friday, 22 Feb 2019 Venue: Corner Juta De Beer St, Braamfontein,...
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Varsity Cup updates
Education to receive the largest share of South Africa’s 2019 budget, with the Finance Minister Tito Mboweni announcing R111.2 billion for higher education. Spending on higher...
TUT resumes classes following protests
A quick and Easy way for students to fix a delicious feast at a budget!
Hyundai i10 makes life grand for you!
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Classes at all four UKZN campuses resume following violent protests