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A saga that has lasted for months which halted operations and graduation ceremonies at South Africa’s largest university, could soon come to an end after the Labour Court granted the institution an interdict against the union.
As the first semester approaches its conclusion, many institutions of higher learning will be conducting examinations. This is why the University of South Africa (Unisa) is requiring students to have a working camera.
Five Staff members under temporary suspension have had their contracts terminated by the University of South Africa (Unisa). The decision has garnered criticism from both workers and student unions.
As semester two approaches, students from South Africa’s largest distance university will be required to update their profile pictures before they can complete examinations.
Graduation ceremonies at the University of South Africa (Unisa) were once again disrupted by issues that the institution claims were resolved earlier this year.
The University Of South Africa (Unisa) has announced new deadlines for the extension of semester one assignments. This has been a much anticipated announcement from the university, after students were negatively impacted by the new online system.
As the 2022 academic year gets underway, many students are scrambling to ensure their place at a tertiary institution.
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