The humble hand sanitiser was one of the first products to disappear from South Africa’s retail shelves as the extent of the Covid-19 crisis became increasingly clear, yet it remains one of the most essential and basic weapons in the battle to contain the virus.

The COVID-19 crisis has disrupted our world and plunged us into a time of great uncertainty. In an opinion piece for Health24, Prof Ashraf Kagee from the Department of Psychology offers a few tips that can help us stay mentally healthy during the lockdown period.The COVID-19 crisis has disrupted our world and plunged us into a time of great uncertainty. In an opinion piece for Health24, Prof Ashraf Kagee from the Department of Psychology offers a few tips that can help us stay mentally healthy during the lockdown period.

SPU, together with the University of South Africa, the Northern Cape Rural TVET College, DHET, the Department of Correctional Services, the Wholesale and Retail Sector Education and Training Authority and the Northern Cape Office of the Premier, amongst others, are in Upington for the PSET (Post-School Education and Training) Forum Seminar.

With 1 600 cooked meals served to learners twice every day, Elethuthemba Combined School in Johannesburg South spends a staggering R70 000 a year on liquid petroleum gas (LPG) just for cooking. From 2020, that money will no longer go up in smoke. Instead, it will be spent on desperately needed learning resources and school maintenance, according to deputy headmaster Mr Muraga Sadiki.

As the recipient of the 2018 Vice Chancellor’s Senior Distinguished Research Award, Professor Brett Pletschke presented a lecture on his research topic and findings on 14 August in the Eden Grove Blue lecture theatre.As the recipient of the 2018 Vice Chancellor’s Senior Distinguished Research Award, Professor Brett Pletschke presented a lecture on his research topic and findings on 14 August in the Eden Grove Blue lecture theatre.

The Durban University of Technology’s (DUT’s) Institutional Planning Department hosted a two-day Data Day (D3) from 27 to 28 August 2019. DUT Data Day is about Knowing, Doing and Impacting.The Durban University of Technology’s (DUT’s) Institutional Planning Department hosted a two-day Data Day (D3) from 27 to 28 August 2019. DUT Data Day is about Knowing, Doing and Impacting.

The Crick African Network (CAN), a programme of the Francis Crick Institute in the United Kingdom and five partner institutes in Africa, has named the recipients of seven new African Career Accelerator (ACA) awards, with two University of Cape Town (UCT) scientists included among the fellows.

Pictured here is a group of student entrepreneurs who have made it to the finals with the judging panel.

WSU Fine Art students display aesthetic patriotism through their alma mater’s namesake, Walter Sisulu and his wife Albertina themed pieces at the National Arts Festival in Makhanda.

On the 28 June, the Minister of Communications, Ms Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams (also known as “commander of the fourth industrial revolution (4IR)”) visited the Vaal University of Technology Southern Gauteng Science and Technology Park (VUTSGSTP), where she led a Technology Innovation Open Day.

Tuks athlete Sokwakhana Zazini reached a new milestone on Thursday night by clocking a time of 48.73s in the 400m hurdles to win a silver medal at the World Student Games in Napoli, Italy.

It is with profound sadness that the National University of Lesotho announces the passing away of Dr. Bothephana Makhakhane, the Director of the Institute of Extra Mural Studies (IEMS).

Unisa’s highly successful rollout of laptops to qualifying students funded by the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) students has passed the 90% completion mark.Unisa’s highly successful rollout of laptops to qualifying students funded by the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) students has passed the 90% completion mark.

The Establishment of a Research Chair in Intelligent Manufacturing, as well as a Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) to expand Work-Integrated Learning (WIL) opportunities signed between TUT and the MerSETA (Manufacturing, Engineering and Related Services SETA) are set to bring about significant opportunities for students and the industry. The MoA valued at R30 M will span a three-year period ad will provide much-needed funding for 45 WIL students.

From alien ferns and street art, to serial killer Ted Bundy and nanoscience targeting breast cancer cells, Mandela University’s top performing students had a vast array of research topics for their award-winning studies.From alien ferns and street art, to serial killer Ted Bundy and nanoscience targeting breast cancer cells, Mandela University’s top performing students had a vast array of research topics for their award-winning studies.

The Letsemeng Community members ready to kick-start the project with Enactus-CUT and other stakeholders to revive the medicinal plant project.The Letsemeng Community members ready to kick-start the project with Enactus-CUT and other stakeholders to revive the medicinal plant project.

The Entrepreneurship Development in Higher Education (EDHE) Programme presents the third annual national EDHE Lekgotla – a four – day gathering of hundreds of leaders in entrepreneurship at universities and TVET colleges.The Entrepreneurship Development in Higher Education (EDHE) Programme presents the third annual national EDHE Lekgotla – a four – day gathering of hundreds of leaders in entrepreneurship at universities and TVET colleges.

“The Role of Facilities Management in the 4th Industrial Revolution”“The Role of Facilities Management in the 4th Industrial Revolution”

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