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The World Health Organization declared Covid-19 as a pandemic in May 2020 and that has posed an immediate threat to humanity. This pandemic has successfully disrupted several activities, including institutions of higher learning.
 


Stellenbosch University plans to raise funds to assist in paying off students' debt. Professor Thuli Madonsela, Law Trust Chair in Social Justice, has more to say about how they will raise these funds.

 


Following a recent announcement by Premier Alan Winde, that the Western Cape has now entered the third wave of Covid-19 infections, Stellenbosch University has outlined the steps it intends to take in order to curb Covid-19.


Stellenbosch University is currently implementing a new waste water based surveillance system that detects Covid-19. The new system helps detect early infections and picks up on people who are asymptomatic. 


After Minister Blade Nzimande announces that he is working on a task team and says 'there is no free education for all', a Professor from Stellenbosch University comes to believe that there is a sustainable solution for the issue of free education, and a task team is not part of the solution. 


If you are a student at Stellenbosch University or you are looking to be studying at Stellenbosch University, and require NSFAS funding, but you're unsure whether they fund Stellenbosch students. We have the answers you're looking for.


Have you submitted your 2021 application to Stellenbosch University and you now want to track your application? Here's how.


You can now register for 2021 at Stellenbosch University. New students as well as returning students are urged to make use of the self-registration process.


The National Senior Certificate exams commenced last week and with the added stress caused by the Covid-19 pandemic grade 12 students have to master their study techniques to succeed. Since this year consisted mostly of online work online study tips may come in handy. 


83 grade 12 learners and their teachers at Klaas Mothapo Secondary School in Limpopo have started a catch-up program by turning their school into a camp. 

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