Free education

Everything is under control at the university, apparently.
Khaya Sithole from the Lesedi Education Endowment Fund sat down to explain why young people choose universities over TVET colleges.
Exclusive: Wits' vice-chancellor Adam Habib on creating more spaces for education through quality TVET colleges good enough to be students' first choice.
"Political leaders are public representatives – they're meant to build and assist public institutions." – Wits' vice-chancellor, Professor Adam Habib.
This is what we know for sure about how free education will be implemented in South Africa.
University of the Witwatersrand vice-chancellor Adam Habib speaks to HuffPost about universities and how politicians should help, not add to the crisis.
This comes after a baseless rumour circulated that applications were reopened.
The National Youth Development Agency felt that the commission was hijacked by banks seeking to replace NSFAS and put students further in debt.
Morris Masutha says many students end up being tied to debt for the rest of their lives.
Unisa explains how this will work for students in 2018.