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​Universities must make a strategic language compromise to suit the student profile
​Universities must make a strategic language compromise to suit the student profile
Nearly 30 years ago, Njabulo Ndebele delivered a rather farsighted paper titled Good Morning South Africa: Whose Universities, Whose Standards? In it...
Diversity, not division, in lecture halls
Diversity, not division, in lecture halls
In efforts to contain institutional conflict at the University of Pretoria (UP) stemming from the campaigns #AfrikaansMustFall and #AfrikaansSalBly,...
Parents take school to court over forced English tuition
Parents take school to court over forced English tuition
A group of concerned parents at a Northern Cape school have taken Vela Langa Primary School in Pabalelo to court for forcing its...
Thousands march over alleged racism at Heidelberg school
Thousands march over alleged racism at Heidelberg school
In a march that disrupted learning in Ratanda schools on Monday, local leaders of the ANC and its alliance partners took turns accusing the...
English is, literally, going to pot
English is, literally, going to pot
It is literally the biggest semantics story of the week: the informal use of the word “literally” – a term used for emphasis when...
Make time for yourself
Make time for yourself
As the first child in her extended family who had the privilege of attending university, Dr Jane Hofmeyr's appreciation for the possibilities that...
Maintain your clam
Maintain your clam
'Don't forget, we need to go to Lightning Warehouse today," said my mum as we tootled along Malibongwe Drive.
Of wing nuts and pescatarians
Of wing nuts and pescatarians
Are you a wing nut pretexting as a netroots advocate on webinars and thought you could blend in anonymously?

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