16 Days of Activism for No Violence against Women & Children
In 1991, the 16 Days of Activism Campaign was initiated as the scourge of violence against women and children proliferated. Friday, the 25th of…
CHE SPECIAL EDITION: A PRIVILEGE TO BE CALLED UPON, SAYS A CHE PIONEER
In this Special Edition, Professor Mala Singh who has served with the CHE for 25 years shared a poignant account of how the CHE was formed. Click…
SPECIAL EDITION: THE CHE SHOULD NOT ONLY SURVIVE, IT MUST SUCCEED.
Professor Themba Mosia served in the CHE Council from 15 July 2013 to 14 July 2022 as the Council Chairperson. In this feature article, he shares…
Education White Paper 3: A Programme for the Transformation of Higher Education
- South Africa's transition from apartheid and minority rule to democracy requires that all existing practices, institutions and values are viewed anew and rethought in terms of their fitness for the new era. Higher education plays a central role in the social, cultural and economic development of modern societies. In South Africa today, the challenge is to redress past inequalities and to transform the higher education system to serve a new social order, to meet pressing national needs, and to respond to new realities and opportunities. It must lay the foundations for the development of a learning society which can stimulate, direct and mobilise the creative and intellectual energies of all the people towards meeting the challenge of reconstruction and development.
- This White Paper outlines a comprehensive set of initiatives for the transformation of higher education through the development of a single co-ordinated system with new planning, governing and funding arrangements.