Month: July 2015

Stop South Afrca’s new internet censorship law

Ramon Thomas /July 23, 2015

A new set of regulations threatens the heart of our internet freedom. A massive public outcry could stop them and save our internet. But public consultations end in 48 hours — sign now and share with everyone everywhere: SIGN NOW Dear friends across South Africa, A new set of regulations threatens the very essence of Continue Reading →

Third tier of higher education

Ramon Thomas /July 19, 2015

A third tier of higher education, targeting out-of-school youngsters and adults with no prospect of accessing vocational and technical colleges and universities, has been established by the Department of Higher Education. Community education and training colleges (CETC) are new types of institutions which are a result of merged public adult learning centres. The establishment of Continue Reading →