Loyiso Nongxa

 
Plagiarism case kept under wraps at Wits
Plagiarism case kept under wraps at Wits
Wits University's most senior executives appear to have colluded in hushing up one of academe's deadliest sins: plagiarism. They convicted and...
Black enough and proud of it
Black enough and proud of it
A recent article in the Mail & Guardian suggests that the University of the Witwatersrand (Wits) is losing its black academic talent to the...
Mangcu is the latest to leave Wits
Mangcu is the latest to leave Wits
The University of the Witwatersrand (Wits) has lost another influential and experienced black intellectual to the University of Johannesburg...
Campus chaos
Campus chaos
Echoing recent protests at the University of the Witwatersrand, some students from the University of Johannesburg ran amok this week, protesting...
At Wits, nostalgia and amnesia
At Wits, nostalgia and amnesia
Indeed, "varsities are not islands of privilege" as Wits University vice-chancellor Loyiso Nongxa tells us (October 12). However, the "success...
Nqakula: Xenophobic attacks to be 'severely dealt with'
Nqakula: Xenophobic attacks to be 'severely dealt with'
Minister of Safety and Security Charles Nqakula said on Friday that those responsible for continuous xenophobic attacks in Gauteng townships will...

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