Category Archives: News In South Africa

CUT And BMF hold hands to build partnerships , 2018

CUT And BMF hold hands to build partnerships , 2018 A memorandum of understanding was signed by the CUT and the Black Management Forum (BMF).  The partnership between CUT and Black Management Forum is not a new endeavour but has now been formalised, and both institutions are looking forward to a fruitful working partnership. The signing of the MOU… Read More »

Top marks Nationally for CPUT Nursing Graduate

Top marks Nationally for CPUT Nursing Graduate BEST: Karla Whiley with two of her lecturers Margot Pretorius and Natalie Copeling Returning to the classroom as part of her retirement plan worked out in a big way for a CPUT graduate. Karla Whiley scored the highest marks in an Occupational Health Nursing degree nationally and was awarded the Ian… Read More »

CUT’s 2018 Enrolment Process Proceeds Peacefully

CUT’s 2018 Enrolment Process Proceeds Peacefully Prospective students came in large numbers to CUT to begin a new journey in their academic lives and secure their spot in the university. The process proceeded peacefully and was administered in an efficient and well-ordered manner. First-year walk-ins were allowed to apply from 8 – 12 January; depending on the availability… Read More »

University of Johannesburg (UJ) 2018 Student Fees

University of Johannesburg (UJ) 2018 Student Fees UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG (KINGSWAY CAMPUS) FACULTY/DIVISION: Financial Governance and Revenue Department: Student Finance 14 December 2017 2018 STUDENT FEES OF THE UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG   Whilst the University continues to await government’s response to the Fee Commission of Inquiry into Higher Education and Training, the University, after consultation with the Student… Read More »

Universities will not allow walk-in Applications – USAf statement

Universities will not allow walk-in Applications – USAf statement “Public universities will not allow walk-in applications in January; students who did not previously qualify for financial aid and who now qualify on the basis of the presidential announcement must submit their details online to the DHET’s Central Applications Clearing House (CACH)” This is according to a statement by… Read More »

Stellenbosch University 2018 Registration to Proceed as Planned

Stellenbosch University 2018 Registration to Proceed as Planned Stellenbosch University’s response to President’s student fees announcement While clarity will be needed on quite a number of matters related to President Jacob Zuma’s announcement of fee-free higher education for poor and working class households, registration at Stellenbosch University (SU) for the 2018 academic year will continue as planned. Online… Read More »

CPUT Students donate R85 000 to Red Cross Children’s Hospital

CPUT Students donate R85 000 to Red Cross Children’s Hospital PAYING IT FORWARD: Business Administration 1 lecturer, Belinda Berman, and her students in the Business and Information Administration Department handed over cheques to the value of R85 385 the Red Cross Children’s Hospital Business Administration 1 students in the Business and Information Administration Department have donated R85 385 to… Read More »

DUT’S Zindela Curates Prestigious Exhibition At The ABSA Gallery

DUT’S Zindela Curates Prestigious Exhibition At The ABSA Gallery Marking his curatorial debut is Durban University of Technology’s (DUT) Fine Art student Luyanda Zindela, who is currently curating an exhibition taking place at the Absa Gallery in Johannesburg until 26 January 2018. The exhibition was inspired by Gerard Sekoto, a broadly recognised innovator of black South African art.… Read More »

DUT Lecturer Employs Technology To Save The Planet

DUT Lecturer Employs Technology To Save The Planet The Durban University of Technology Lecturer Prinavin Govender is on a mission to save the planet by using technology and lobbying students to be environmental advocates. Govender lectures computer science in the department of Information Technology and has since involved himself and his students with Climate Action Project, a movement… Read More »