South Africa's 'fees must fall' protests are about. - CNN.
As the Fees Must Fall protests spread to most universities across the country last year, President Jacob Zuma announced fees would not increase at tertiary institutions in 2016 and engagements were held between students and the state. During the ANC's January 8 statement this weekend, Zuma highlighted the state's efforts on improving access to university studies and noted the influence of.
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A forensic report by investigators appointed by the South African Reserve Bank into the collapse of the Limpopo-based VBS Bank has confirmed “one of the biggest bank frauds that we’ve seen in South Africa”. Over a period of three years, nearly 2 billion rand of poor people’s money was stolen. The report has identified at least 53 individuals who, through various schemes, benefited from.
Johannesburg - Fees Must Fall activist Kanya Cekeshe has become the second high profile inmate to be freed on parole since the announcement of a remission of sentences by President Cyril Ramaphosa.
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According to South Africa’s constitution as well as the United Nations, education is a basic human right, “Everyone has the right- (a) to a basic education; and (b) To further education, which the state, through reasonable measures, must make progressively available and accessible” (Constitution, 1996: 1257). Education increases the societal value of human beings overall. This is because.
South Africa? Why not and what can be done? Word count: 3733 (Excl. references) 1. INTRODUCTION The 2008 Global Financial Crisis (GFC) left the majority of nations (e.g. United Kingdom, United States, South Africa) in miserable financial and economic shape (Blinder, 2014). Although progress has been made, their development routes are still faced with a plethora of bottlenecks that impede.