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At STADIO, they have united the collective experience of four prestigious academic institutions – SBS, Embury LISOF, and Prestige Academy – behind a single goal: to give as many South Africans as possible access to a high-quality, affordable tertiary education.


STADIO is a new tertiary institution. 5 faculties, 10 campuses and a variety of accredited qualifications. Distance and contact learning.

STADIO is registered with the DHET as a private higher education institution under the Higher Education Act, 1997.


Over 100 students who were deregistered by the Walter Sisulu University in the Eastern Cape are accusing the university of "unlawful" exclusion and claim that the university has wasted their 2020 academic year. 


Are you a Unisa student and need some help during your examinations? Well, Unisa offers a service to students like you. You can get help during the examinations by contacting the Student Communication Service Centre.


The coronavirus pandemic forced schools to shut abruptly, exposing the huge inequality between impoverished and privileged pupils as learning moved online and schoolgirls faced exploitation.

By Zandile Bangani. Illustration by Anastasya Eliseeva.


Walter Sisulu University has not begun an online learning programme. The University has said that it will only start once students and lecturers have been given laptops. Meanwhile, other Universities have been engaged in an online academic programme since June, or even before. 


Wondering whether you qualify to get a laptop from NSFAS? Well, here's how to know if you apply or not. 


Online learning has many students losing their trust in the Department of Higher Education. Buti Manamela, Deputy Minister of Higher Education, spoke on Radio 702 about the issues affecting the sector right now. 


Unisa’s May/June examination period has begun. Under lockdown, academics and assessments still continue. Here’s some help with how to complete your exams under lockdown if you’re a Unisa student.


In his last media briefing, Minister of Higher Education, Blade Nzimande addressed students who want to return to campuses as well as parents concerned about students returning. Nzimande is determined to save lives while also saving the 2020 academic year. 

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