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Failure to use simple, clear and consistent language can undermine global responses to the urgent threat of bacteria that are resistant to available antibiotics.

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Adopting the habit of working hard from an early age is what secured a bright future for an aspirant mechanical engineer, Olwethu Bitterhout, from the Eastern Cape.

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The University of Witwatersrand has opened its doors, despite the disruption of classes and the chaotic scenes that were seen on Monday.

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The stalemate in the tertiary education sector continues as classes countrywide have been disrupted, with many universities having to amend their 2016 academic calendars.

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Higher Education and Training Deputy Minister Mduduzi Manana says the demand for free education is legitimate and justified.

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Wednesday, 21 October 2015 17:46

Varsities shut in mass protests

Many universities around the country are on Wednesday closed following a national call for students to embark on mass action against university fee increments.

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Monday, 19 October 2015 14:19

UCT student injured during protest

A student at the University of Cape Town has been injured during on-going protests against a proposed fee increase of 10.3%.

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President Jacob Zuma will on Tuesday meet with the vice-chancellors of higher education institutions of the country at the Union Buildings.

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President Jacob Zuma has received a report on the transformation of the judiciary from the Commission for Gender Equality (CGE), says the Presidency.

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