Stellenbosch University Journalism Professor, Lizette Rabe, has called on men to speak out about depression
Respected educator and professor of Education at Stellenbosch University Jonathan Jansen says the concept of decolonised education is set to fizzle out with time.
The late Professor Solomon Johannes ”Sampie” Terreblanche has been remembered as a courageous and larger than life intellectual at a memorial service held for him at Stellenbosch University
Erin Gallagher delivered three breathtaking performances in the 100m butterfly, 50m backstroke and 50m freestyle, winning the top spots in the last leg of the SA Swimming Grand Prix at the Stellenbosch University Swimming Pool on Saturday.
As the country celebrates a historic increase in the 2019 DBE matric pass rate to 81.3%, the celebrations have extended to recognising the young woman who performed in leaps and bounds above expectations.
Biodiversity – the variation in all living organisms – is one of Africa’s richest assets. As a result, its genetic material is coveted by scientists, biotechnology companies and research institutes globally.
Parents or guardians have the primary responsibility for the education of their children, and have the right to be consulted by state authorities with respect to the form that education should take and to take part in its governance.
Gugu Ntuli has been appointed as the SABC’s Group Executive: Corporate Affairs and Marketing effective from 01 December 2019.
On the back of a strong 2019 Currie Cup finish, the Toyota Cheetahs are targeting a strong start when they kick-off their 2019/2020 Guinness PRO 14 Campaign this weekend.
Breast and cervical cancers remain prevalent diseases among South African women. This is according to Head of the National Cancer Registry Dr Elvira Singh.