Critical Thinking Forums 2016

Critical Thinking Forums 2016

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​Transformation of higher education is long overdue
​Transformation of higher education is long overdue
‘Decolonisation will happen, with or without corporate and government approval. After all, it is not for them. It is for the oppressed’
Tomorrow night, join us to explore the topic of play
Tomorrow night, join us to explore the topic of play
A Mail & Guardian Critical Thinking Forum will be hosted at the Sheraton Hotel, Pretoria on November 8
Exploring academic 'corruption'
Exploring academic 'corruption'
Universities' audits are available to the public, but few people examine them
A great thinker immortalised
A great thinker immortalised
At no point in our history has there been a more compelling need for universities and the rest of society to join forces to deepen democracy
Learning from the legacy of Es'kia Mphahlele
Learning from the legacy of Es'kia Mphahlele
Overcoming the burden of our history is essential for the country's future
Call a thief a thief
Call a thief a thief
Higher education should be subject to the same scrutiny as matric
Were the 2016 local government elections the beginning of 'politics by consent'?
Were the 2016 local government elections the beginning of 'politics by consent'?
The M&G post-election Critical Thinking Forum considered the scenario South African politics now faces in the aftermath
What do Brexit, Brics and the rise of the Indian Ocean rim economy mean for Africa?
What do Brexit, Brics and the rise of the Indian Ocean rim economy mean for Africa?
The changing face of international relations reveals a lot of potential for the African continent
'The face of HIV is young black woman' - anger voiced at forum about 'erasure'
'The face of HIV is young black woman' - anger voiced at forum about 'erasure'
The promotion of condoms has done a lot in the fight against HIV, but we need solutions for women
Moral leaders for moral citizens
Moral leaders for moral citizens
'An unethical virus has taken root in our society and is spreading through it'
In search of the 'ethical virus'
In search of the 'ethical virus'
'Has South Africa generally lost its moral compass and can the country be saved from falling down the ethics precipice?'
Building chains
Building chains
Social cohesion critical to youth development
Shaping the women of the future
Shaping the women of the future
Strong traditions and faith create young girls who become successful women
Big five priorities
Big five priorities
Opportunities abound for South Africa, if the various sectors of the economy cooperate

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