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Opinion: Why Does Grammar Matter?

AFTER 20 years of teaching academic writing to both native speakers and English language learners, I can attest that at some point, just about...

Outdoor Education At Universities Can Be A Positive Legacy Of COVID-19

JEAN-PHILLIPE AYOTTE-BEAUDET Universities have faced major planning challenges due to Covid-19. While there has been significant media coverage about universities offering students online learning, what...

Opinion: Higher Education, Unfinished Business Of Transformation

UNIVERSITY of Zululand's Vice Chancellor for Research and Innovation, Professor Mashupye Ratale Kgaphola, shares his views on transformation in South Africa's higher education. The Minister...

Ramaphosa: ‘We Need To Tackle Discrimination Against Persons With Disabilities’

CYRIL RAMAPHOSA IF WE are to ensure that the recovery of our economy and society in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic is meaningful, then...

Opinion: DUT Vice-chancellor, Principal Professor Thandwa Mthembu Talks About The Kind Of Leadership Required To Reform The Country

PROFESSOR THANDWA MTHEMBU I have been asked to share some reflections on the topic: What kind of leadership is required to reform our country? At this...

Cyril Ramaphosa: To the Class Of 2020, I Wish You The Very Best

IN THREE days’ time the matric class of 2020 will sit for the National Senior Certificate examinations. It is the culmination of twelve years...

Mcebo Dlamini: Should We Tell Matriculants The Truth About Tertiary Education?

IN A taxi on the freeway, windows are sweating and people are squeezed inside almost to a point of suffocating. A red Porsche passes...

When Education Is Neglected, There Can Be No Progress

WHEN we take a brief look at the history of education, we know that it did not evolve as an end in itself, but...

OPINION| An Equal Byte Of The Apple – Women In 4IR

DR SHIRLEY MAHLASE  THE previous three industrial revolutions leave behind intergenerational, socio-political, economic, environmental, technological legacies in their structures, upon which the Fourth Industrial Revolution...

After COVID-19: Developing Teachers To Address Unequal Access To Education

Monday, 5 October 2020 marks the annual United Nations’ (UN) World Teachers’ Day to celebrate one of the world’s most essential professions, teaching. UNESCO’s...
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