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Monthly Archives: March, 2018

Hard work pays off: Twitter celebrate township graduates

Kgaugelo Masweneng Seven women from a small mining town in Welkom celebrated their graduation. Their photographs became an internet sensation. Photographs of their celebration were shared...

Durban university shut down…again

Suthentira Govender The embattled Durban University of Technology - fresh from a protracted staff strike - suspended lectures on Wednesday‚ this time because of a...

Cheating in sport, an old problem

Mosibodi Whitehead This week the world of sport was thrown into a tailspin by the disgraceful actions of the Australian cricket team in the third...

How South Africa can align its development plan with the SDGs

Willem Fourie Creating coherent national policies is a challenge for most countries. And now the adoption of the UN’s 2030 Agenda and its sustainable development goals (SDGs) has presented...

Over 5 million social grant beneficiaries to pay R10 “bank charge”

Barbara Maregele Over 5.4 million beneficiaries who collect their social grants at ATMs and shops using their South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) cards will...

Alien – The imposter syndrome in the teaching and learning environment

Gugulethu .K. Radebe I started my journey as an educator at an all-girls private high school in Durban. I was a former learner at the...

Financial stress distracts university students from academic success

Subethra Pather The #feesmustfall student movement in South Africa has garnered a great deal of popular support. It has its critics, too. They have suggested that...

Cambridge Analytica, African Elections and Western Double Standards

Vito Laterza A recent article in The Conversation by British academics Gabrielle Lynch, Justin Willis and Nic Cheeseman, downplays the meddling of Cambridge Analytica (CA) in key...

Equal Education calls for Education Minister Angie Motshekga’s dismissal

Thuletho Zwane Equal Education has called for the dismissal of Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga and Eastern Cape Education MEC Mandla Makupula. This comes after another...

Plans to fix infrastructure in schools aren’t being implemented

Amanda Rinquest Dear Angie Motshekga As learners of the Eastern Cape we are not happy about our toilets in our schools. They are unflushable and that...

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