The survivalist group Kommandokorps has warned Afrikaans-speaking students at the university that their language and culture is at stake.
A language is not preserved by formal applications, but rather in the home, in the arts and in literature, writes Josua Loots.
The use of a language that bars the majority of black African students - who do not understand Afrikaans - is indefensible.
Those who don't want English as Stellenbosch's main language have invoked SA's Constitution, but the assumptions underlying their arguments are false.
Marchers have demanded Heidelberg Hoër Volkskool relooks its decision to phase out English classes, claiming it to be racist and unconstitutional.
Free State University rector Jonathan Jansen is wrong if he pleads that all school education in South Africa should be in English, says the FF Plus.
Since enrolling at the North-West University’s Potchefstroom campus, Sinki Mlambo has proven herself a leader par excellence.
The SA Teachers Union has been investigating the possibility of an internationally recognised, separate Afrikaans matric examination, says a report.
My brother and I grew up in an Afrikaans home, fighting about politics, but he can still surprise me, writes Charles Leonard.
It is doubtful that a homogeneous volk ever really existed, but the debate about Afrikaner identity - and its future - has not run its full course.
Exclusively Afrikaans universities would disastrously imprison white students in single-race and monolingual environments, warns Jonathan Jansen.