It also seeks to strengthen universal peace in larger freedom. We recognise that eradicating poverty in all its forms and dimensions, including extreme poverty, is the greatest global challenge and an indispensable requirement for sustainable development.
The inspection will take place in and around Braamfontein and Johannesburg city centre between 16th and 20th January DHET rejects bogus scholarship message 10 January - It has come to the attention of the Department of Higher Education and Training that incorrect information has been circulating on social media regarding international scholarship programmes.
This information was not released by the Department. NSFAS made the announcement in December that it would re-open for applications for all learners who have not applied during the 1 August to 30 November window period. Top jobs in demand list grows 2 December - The Department of Higher Education and Training is expected to publish an updated List of Occupations in Demand in November Fee Commission releases interim report 24 November — The Commission has released its first report, which complies with compliance with the direction of the President made when he extended the duration of the Commission until June It has been prepared after only three of the proposed eight sets into which the Commission has divided its work have been completed.
The structure was determined with an appreciation that no properly informed recommendation could be submitted by the Commission without a full understanding of the factors that control and influence higher education and training in South Africa and of the implications of a recommendation one way or the other.
Doctoral studies in humanities, social sciences key to better lives 9 November — In his address to delegates at the National Doctoral Conference of the National Institute of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Dr Blade Nzimande, says the that this area of study is crucial to emphasising with lives of others.
However, science, technology, engineering and mathematics and other. R million for university student, programme and staff development 1 November - The Department of Higher Education and Training is planning to introduce a R million university capacity development programme UCDP in Januaryaimed at enhancing development initiatives at universities.
The programme follows on from the successes achieved through programmes that. October Nzimande updates parliament on current university situation 25 October — Minister of Higher Education and Training, Dr Blade Nzimande, presented feedback to parliament on the current university situation.
He added that "Government The statistics were based on 26 universities and six universities of technology. Amongst the statistics released which For many, this will mean the fulfilment of their dreams and the start of the next phase of their lives, but for some the route to post-school education will not be so smooth.
Earlier discussions between the government student loan programme, National Student Financial Aid Scheme NSFAS and TVET colleges proved fruitful with commitments to eradicate communication barriers such feedback, response times to colleges inquiries and updating student personal details, among others.
The meeting was convened by Minister Nzimande to discuss the critical role of business in supporting and finding solutions and new models to achieve sustainable university education and Technical Vocational Education and Training TVET college system for South Africa.
The man in the image is alleged to be having a relationship with a young girl, which is an immoral act in our society that must be rejected by all. Minister Nzimande condemns the disruption of classes at Wits 10 October - The Minister of Higher Education and Training, Dr Blade Nzimande is disturbed by the disruption of classes and chaotic scenes witnessed at the University of Witwatersrand and other universities.
DHET appoints team to address SGBV in HE institutions 6 October - In a week that has witnessed student movement to advance equity in tertiary education, the sector is cautioning that investment and resources being directed at higher education will be eroded — unless rapemustfall and HIV, health and wellness factors are also addressed.
Hence, a range of stakeholders are championing new plans to address rape and gender-based violence at universities and colleges.
The meeting which was attended by university vice chancellors, council members, student representative councils, religious and traditional leaders.
Wide-ranging stakeholders talk fees at Imbizo 3 October — President Zuma addressed a high-level meeting in Johannesburg attended by a wide range of stakeholders from business and civil society.
In his addressZuma added that he wanted to draw on the collective wisdom to finding a lasting solution. His views were echoed by Minister Nzimande speech. September Nzimande calls for investigation into the reported death at Wits 27 September - Minister of Higher Education and Training, Dr Blade Nzimande has called for an investigation following the reported death of an employee of a private security company offering services at the University of Witwatersrand.
The meeting was convened at the request of the board to brief the Minister about the initiatives that would be undertaken by the board in the higher education sector. Infographics 26 September — The announcement made by Minister Nzimande earlier this week on the fee support has been broken down into eight easy to read and understand infographics.
Minister Nzimande concerned with escalating violent protests 22 September - Minister of Higher Education and Training, Dr Blade Nzimande, has noted with concern the calls from some sectors of students for no fee increase for all for the academic year.
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