Run-down buildings in inner cities should be used to help combat the student accommodation shortage around universities in the country.

Nedbank loan to campuskey set to help alleviate student accommodation shortage.

Artisan training institutes and South African corporates in general need to seize the opportunity presented by the government’s large capital infrastructure investments worth more than R1-trillion in the next decade by ensuring that enough artisans are trained to meet this “groundswell of practical work” that will be required, said Sean Jones, a director of black-owned artisan training academy, Artisan Training Institute (ATI).

Thursday, 01 March 2012 02:00

State tackles student housing

Higher Education and Training Minister Blade Nzimande says even addressing maintenance backlogs in student accommodation without adding new infrastructure will cost R4,4bn

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