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The militarisation of university campuses breeds a culture of intolerance and violence

TOKELO NHLAPO|  The militarisation of public universities across South African campuses has bred a culture of violence, intolerance, repression of protest and use of force...

Grand Affirmation For the Man ‘Who Loved To Affirm People’ – Matthew Goniwe Memorial Lecture To Take In National Teacher Awards

Anti-apartheid activist Matthew Goniwe, who was also a teacher, principal, community leader and one of the so-called ‘Cradock Four’ murdered by apartheid security forces,...

Deaths Of 3 Mpumalanga Learners From Suspected Food Poisoning – DA To Lay Criminal Charges

The DA in Mpumalanga intends laying criminal charges against the Mpumalanga Education Department, including Education MEC Bonakele Majuba, following the deaths of three learners...

No Art Supplies? No Problem for SA’s Coffee Artist

Enoch Mlangeni can't afford art supplies, so he uses coffee instead. The 27-year-old from Sasolburg stumbled on this innovative form of art when he spilled...

100 SOUTH AFRICAN SHINING STARS – ISSUE 1

Click to download: https://www.insidepolitic.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/25-profiles.pdf

Youth Unemployment – Aluta Continua!

As South Africa celebrates Youth Month, the country’s youth unemployment rates are now considered to be chronic. The latest figures show that about 55.20%...

Uganda: Government launches sex education in schools

Stephen Otage The Ministry of Education has said it has started carrying out adolescent health and sexuality education in schools to equip students with information...

Two South Africans go head-to-head on slavery

Roger Southall A recent exchange on Twitter between South African TV personality Sizwe Dhlomo and Western Cape Premier Helen Zille, is worthy of close examination because it...
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