Human rights crusader Advocate Dumisa Ntsebeza has been appointed as the new chancellor of the University of Fort Hare, reports City Press. Ntsebeza’s appointment follows the death of former sport minister and reverend, Dr Makh
The long-standing relationship between PURCO SA and the King’s Hope Development Foundation is as strong as ever. The support given by the Foundation to the community – with the focus on HIV-positive people &nda
The Council of the University of the Free State (UFS) has appointed Prof Francis Petersen as Vice-Chancellor and Rector of the UFS.
MyBroadband.com has reported that Oxford University will be offering a massive open online course (MOOC) from February 2017. The first MOOC course, From Poverty to Prosperity: Understanding Economic Development, is available fo
In the current volatile environment, financially-strapped universities and colleges need to take proactive steps to keep costs and expenditure down.
With an exceptionally well equipped conference and exhibition centre, a top class hotel in a tranquil coastal location and a commitment to exceptional service, the East London International Convention Centre offe
Within six months, a task team convened by the Unisa council will be expected to come up with a strategy to insource general workers at the institution.
Transparency is one of the most effective ways to increase price competitiveness among suppliers, resulting in lower purchase prices, if implemented correctly.
The Times Higher Education has published a list of the top universities in emerging economies, with two South African universities featuring in the top 10.
UCT Vice-Chancellor Max Price was interviewed by Marelise van der Merwe of The Daily Maverick about the recent student protests.