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Rosebank College lives online, or do they? At IIE Rosebank College they believe that they live in a blended state, encompassing both offline and online activities - between that is finding time to live. Time to rest and enjoy all the things one loves doing is still valuable, more so than ever. Family and "me-time" are needed; the trick is finding balance.
Blade Nzimande, our Minister of Higher Education, continues to emphasise that Government not only has solved issues when it comes to NSFAS but continues to do work to solve other issues. He has also pledged to deal with complaints related to Higher Education better.
The University of KwaZulu-Natal's SRC president confirms that protests will continue until students demands are met. Students are facing financial exclusion, because bursaries and financial aid schemes are not clearing them for registration.
Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi has called for investigations to take place into the violence and ill-discipline at Gauteng schools. This comes after violent acts of learners at school were spreading on social media.