Makgoba expresses disappointment over same-sex unions debate
The church has rejected the proposal which was brought forward by the Saldanha Bay district.
Wits students slam poll as university considers reopening tomorrow
Protesting students want university to be an ally in their struggle for free higher education.
#Fees2017: Will Wits resume classes this week?
An opinion poll has showed that more than 16,000 students want lectures to resume.
Debate on same-sex unions a positive start, says archbishop Thabo Makgoba
The church's highest legislative body has not responded positively to a request for same-sex unions.
Thabo Makgoba assures LGBTI members they're welcome in Anglican church
During a recent voting process, 16 bishops voted against blessing same-sex unions; 6 voted in favour.
Wits expresses concern over failure to resume academic activity
Wits university spokesperson Shirona Patel says tens of thousands of students’ futures are at risk.
David Makhura 'deeply concerned' about violent #fees2017 protests
Protests entered into a second week as students demonstrated against a fees announcement.
Wits poll: Management, students discuss next step
More than 16,000 students, or 77 percent of those polled, want to return to class, according to a poll.
Security at Wits beefed up after students vote to return to class
More than 21,000 students took part with over 16,000 students voted yes, while almost 5,000 voted no.
Wits academics join student protests
Lecturers wearing their graduation robes are picketing outside the university’s Great Hall.
UJ management, students play blame game
Lecturers and students are calling on management to find peaceful ways of addressing differences of opinion.
UJ beefs up security after lecture hall torched
UJ officials say that additional security is necessary as it is identifying increasing threats.
SRC slams presence of 'bouncers' on UJ campuses
UJ’s SRC has described security officials as bouncers after clashes at the Doornfontein campus.
Investigations into UJ lecture hall fire launched
A lecture hall was set alight this afternoon, forcing students to leave their classes.
UJ lecture hall on fire
It’s being reported that two lecture auditoriums are on fire at the University of Johannesburg.
UJ to address alleged brutality by private security guards
During a protest at Doornfontein campus, students & journalists were allegedly attacked by security officers.
SCA: Signal jamming in Parliament was unlawful
The case was brought by Primedia Broadcasting and Sanef against the Speaker of the National Assembly.
Water shedding on the cards amid drought crisis
Experts say the effects of water shedding will be harsher than those of loadshedding.