1. A third of university students may return to campus under level 3 – Nzimande  EWN
  2. Lockdown Level 3: Blade Nzimande to give update on plans for tertiary institutions  News24
  3. Department of higher education secure lower mobile rates for NSFAS beneficiaries  SowetanLIVE
  4. JUST IN: Blade Nzimande announces phased reopening of tertiary institutions  IOL
  5. This is how SA universities will reopen during the lockdown  TimesLIVE
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The minister said this included final year students, those who require labs and clinical training – as well as students who need private accommodation.The minister said this included final year students, those who require labs and clinical training – as well as students who need private accommodation.

A third of university students may return to campus under level 3 – Nzimande

Higher Education, Science and Technology Minister Blade Nzimande is expected to hold a briefing about further measures to respond to the Covid-19 pandemic, ahead of the country’s expected shift to Level 3 of the national lockdown.Higher Education, Science and Technology Minister Blade Nzimande is expected to hold a briefing about further measures to respond to the Covid-19 pandemic, ahead of the country’s expected shift to Level 3 of the national lockdown.

Lockdown Level 3: Blade Nzimande to give update on plans for tertiary institutions | News24

Higher Education Minister Blade Nzimande said that under level 3 lockdown a maximum of 33% of students will be allowed back on campus, with final year students prioritised.Higher Education Minister Blade Nzimande said that under level 3 lockdown a maximum of 33% of students will be allowed back on campus, with final year students prioritised.

The department of higher education and training on Saturday announced that they have successfully negotiated with all mobile network operators favourable rates for NSFAS beneficiaries.The department of higher education and training on Saturday announced that they have successfully negotiated with all mobile network operators favourable rates for NSFAS beneficiaries.

Department of higher education secures lower mobile rates for NSFAS beneficiaries

Blade Nzimande said NSFAS students, including Funza Lushaka students, will receive free data for three months, starting on 1 June.Blade Nzimande said NSFAS students, including Funza Lushaka students, will receive free data for three months, starting on 1 June.

Nzimande: NSFAS students to receive free data for three months

As SA wades into the second month of a protracted national lockdown, higher education, science and innovation minister Blade Nzimande on Saturday announced plans to reopen the country’s universities.As SA wades into the second month of a protracted national lockdown, higher education, science and innovation minister Blade Nzimande on Saturday announced plans to reopen the country’s universities.

This is how SA universities will reopen during the lockdown