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This site is dedicated to the fees issues within the higher education sector and in particular its impact at Nelson  Mandela University.


We’re building a database of volunteers – staff and members of the community - who are committed to helping our students complete their 2016 academic year.

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Reasons to be Proud - #R2bP: Nelson Mandela University Master's student in Applied Languages Tsakani Shilowe has been selected as one of 150 participants across the world to attend the Global Peace Summit in Kenya 2023 from 9 to 12 February 2023.

Nelson Mandela University’s FishFORCE Academy recently introduced a virtual law enforcement game to assist law enforcement officers in the fisheries crime environment. The game is mobile-based and available on all smartphones.

Nelson Mandela University vice-chancellor, Professor Sibongile Muthwa, assured first year students and their guardians that the institution was well on track to receive students for the 2023 academic year and to render the necessary support to make their academic careers a success.

World Wetlands Day is commemorated on 2 February and the theme for this year is restoration and the urgent need to prioritise degraded wetlands that need revival.

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