Corruption rife at SA universities

Opinion

Crooked researchers who game the system corrupt the aims of research funding and soil the names of varsities

Truth is, there are no genes for race

Opinion

Why won’t this dangerous thinking go away? Well, one reason is that many in SA really do believe there are four races

Stop the rot at universities

Opinion

After this week, the University of KwaZulu-Natal has joined the ranks of the chronically dysfunctional universities of ...

Sometimes we embrace refugees

Opinion

This country is notorious for its xenophobia, but two young refugees have reminded us of our humanity

Act to stop student drownings

Opinion

What do the names Thabang Mokhoang, Keamohetswe Seboko, Mellony Sias, Mosimanegapi Madiba and Enock Mpanzi have in ...

Things that break the camel’s back

Opinion

How do we prevent them tripping up because of that added funding that could make the difference between grinding ...

The quid pro quo of SA’s matric results

Opinion

Three South Africans called Quid, Pro and Quo had it out on Tuesday night: Quid: Halala, comrades! Halala! For the ...

Powerful lens on systemic wrongs

Opinion

The two ceremonies at SU and UCT offered profound insights into the state of education in SA.

Leadership lessons from Eskom crisis

Opinion

Here are seven leadership lessons from the stage 6 load-shedding crisis.

Jonathan Jansen Afrikaans has become its own worst enemy

Opinion

Living in Stellenbosch, I find myself moving constantly between the beauty of the Afrikaans language and its biting ...

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