Don't belittle the act of defacing symbols of the oppression students say is being upheld at universities, writes Victoria John.
Gender activists have welcomed talks between two departments about ways to reduce teenage pregnancies, but no decision has yet been taken.
EFF leader Julius Malema told students at VUT that the EFF is the only party that's not in anyone's pocket, "but in the pockets of the masses".
Sasco denies being compromised by its links with the ANC as dissidents plan a breakaway grouping.
It is not enough to say the curriculum is transformative, argues Adam Haupt.
Attaining a doctorate is difficult, but the journey that leads to the qualification is transforming.
Black students have taken to Twitter to voice their experiences of white privilege on the Rhodes University campus.
A Forbes Grant High School pupil is a proud member of Equal Education in the Eastern Cape, but says the school still lacks many basic things.
A teacher’s organisation and two NGOs say that hundreds of thousands of children in KwaZulu-Natal walk long distances to and from school.
Let cultures clash and identities collide, for diversity benefits pupils and teachers alike.
Distance education opens the gates of knowledge but the rights of the authors may be threatened.
The way in which a black "director" was recently appointed at an ECape university raises questions about the white privilege in SA's universities.