higher education south africa

As the year is close to coming to an end, institutions of learning across the country prepare for their final examinations. With Covid-19 as part of our day-to-day life, education challenges continue to haunt UNISA students. 

If you're wondering whether or not you'll have to pay you ISFAP bursary back after graduating, the answer is right here.

University of South Africa (UNISA) has released a statement on its website strongly condemning the fraud and dishonesty that some of their students get up to during examinations. 

The University of South Africa (UNISA) has been struggling to issue certificates. This has upset many students, who have come forward to confront the institution.

Covid-19 has not only taken people’s jobs and lives, but it has also played a big role in how companies structure their internship programmes moving forward. In a normal work place environment, internships are meant to give interns first-hand work experience, but the opportunity to learn real work by interns has moved online for some companies, and placed on hold by others. 

There are now discussions happening about making the vaccination students compulsory. So far, South Africa has administered millions of vaccines to South Africans, a large number being that of the youth.

Funding for missing middle students has been a topic of discussion for some time. Minister Blade Nzimande recently said the Department of Higher Education and Training has been working with the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) to find solutions.

Are you interested to know what courses the South African College of Applied Psychology, also known as SACAP, offers? Continue reading for more information. 

If you would like to find out whether NSFAS funds the University of Mpumalanga Courses, keep reading for more details.   

There could be many reasons which could lead to students losing their funding. Like any other established institution, NSFAS reserves the rights to ensure that all applicants have used the right processes to apply. Read further to find out about whether NSFAS can stop funding a student.

Online learning was introduced by the education sector as an alternative since the Covid-19 pandemic began but has not been the best alternative for everyone. Students in higher learning institutions continue to experience challenges.

Due to the third wave of COVID-19 caused by the highly transmissible Delta variant, tertiary institutions may not complete the 2021 academic year, as students have not been able to attend lectures in person.

To those who are in matric or rewriting matric and wondering the what the different types of matric passes mean or how to get we have the answers for you. Here is what the different matric passes means, how to get them and what you can do with them. 

The South African Federation of Trade Unions has requested for Minister Blade Nzimande to resign because "he is now an agent of austerity beating students into accepting government’s programme of stealing their future."

BEE Novation Transformation Consultant and Managing Director, Lee Du Preez believes that Sector Education and Training Authorities (SETAs) could provide a solution to funding in the tertiary education sector. 

In South Africa there are quite a few higher education qualifications both at universities and colleges, keep reading to find out more about these qualifications.

The pandemic has affected education in so many ways and forced changed within the sector. Now, another effect which is being observed is that higher educations saw an increase in applications for 2021.

TSIBA is pleased to announce that the 2021 online applications are now OPEN!! Apply now to get your TSIBA journey started!