UNISA signs digital skills partnership deal with Deviare
The University of South Africa’s education centre partners with digital skills development firm Deviare to upskill students through online learning courses.
UNISA moves towards fully online learning, teaching
The University of South Africa confirms plans to have its learning and teaching services go fully online, as it carves out its digital future.
UNISA readies to host its first TEDx
The University of South Africa will host its online-only TEDxUniversityOfSouthAfrica event on 30 September.
Wits University extends data offer to international students
Students living in Lesotho will receive 30GB of data, while students in Zimbabwe and Eswatini will receive 10GB of data.
Academic urges student discounts from telcos, device-makers
Professor Veronica McKay says the industry has a social responsibility to assist students and should broaden discounted offerings to empower students.
Panic as UNISA online system crashes on exam day
Due to system problems, exams that were due to start on Thursday, 11 June, have been postponed to Saturday, 20 June, the university says.
Unisa students get major boost on data and connectivity ahead of May/June 2020 examinations
MTN and Unisa sign a business agreement that will see all currently registered Unisa students receive 30GB of data per month for a period of two months from mid-May to mid-July.
Tshwane, universities unite to boost service delivery
The capital city and its three universities explore innovative mechanisms to improve service delivery to residents.
Coding, robotics curriculum to go live in January
The Department of Basic Education will trial the curriculum starting January 2020, in Grade R-3 and Grade 7.
SA develops coding, robotics curricula for Grade R-9
The curricula, set to be implemented next year, will prepare learners for the fourth industrial revolution.
Vodacom appoints new chairman
The telecoms group appoints Jabu Moleketi to the role of chairman.