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A few months ago, we finally saw moves being made for students to order NSFAS laptops which were promised to them last year. Now, NSFAS is said to have more than 90 000 laptops ready for delivery.


We've all been waiting for this announcement after President Ramaphosa's last "family meeting" and now it's here. The Higher Education is set to brief the public today about his sector.


The Pretoria High Court has declared the lockdown regulations of level 3 and level 4 unconstitutional.


To cope with the demands of Covid-19, the CTICC has undergone a transformation and is now housing a Temporary Hospital. Now, you can take a tour of this hospital. 


President Ramaphosa announced that the whole of South Africa will be moving to Level 3 and also announced regulations being put in place as well as which ones are lifted. 


Minister of Higher Education detailed the Department's plans to allow for the return of students to campuses. Within this briefing, he addressed which groups of students will return for campus-based activities at the different levels of lockdown. 


On Wednesday night, President Cyril Ramaphosa announced that government would ease the restrictions on e-commerce in order to open the economy. This means that all online shopping is now allowed, but some products remain banned. 


Blade Nzimande, Higher Education Minister, sat down with members from his Department to brief Parliament's Portfolio Committe on what their plan to save the 2020 academic year looks like. Within this briefing, Universities were discussed.


Details have been released of the relaxation in the lockdown rules that will allow people to move between provinces if they need to return home.


President Cyril Ramaphosa announced on Thursday night that there would be a relaxation of the national lockdown from Friday the 1st of May. A system of 5 lockdown levels has been introduced and the country will move down to level 4. But how much more will we be able to do under level 4?


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