Pupils in KwaZulu-Natal say staff have introduced a unilateral policy that is rooted in prejudice.
The fall in students studying maths and schools offering the subject is causing alarm – but the government's own figures paint a confusing picture.
Transformation "doesn't mean you must beat up people" says the Wits VC, who stands by the suspension of seven students despite a staff petition.
Wits Vice-Chancellor Adam Habib took to Twitter to defend the university council's decision to suspend the Wits EFF command and seven other students.
Local institutes named after the philosopher have laughed off claims of a sinister agenda.
Universities must reject Western values and knowledge systems to redress inequalities.
South African philosophers have an opportunity to integrate the African experience into the discipline.
The portals of higher learning are still guarded by senior white elitists and administrators.
Mentor child minders, teenage baristas and a visit to Cape Town open the eyes of business students from the Netherlands.
University readiness is more than just a good matric result, it's also about knowing what the required academic behaviour and disposition is.
Weeding out student essays from paper mills will require work by established academia and a renewed commitment to integrity from varsity communities.