Winner: Professor Soraya Seedat
A badly drafted law easily allows anyone to censor the content of websites hosted in South Africa, writes Leon de Kock
Students from the Dagbreek men's residence at Stellenbosch University have offered an unusual apology to the country for its involvement in apartheid.
Partnerships in higher education are advancing the fight against maternal deaths in Africa.
The university exceeds financial targets and promotes research.
University is the first in Africa to sign the Berlin Declaration and post its research online.
Despite the gasps at the university since the photo appeared in its student paper, reaction from beyond Stellenbosch has been warmly appreciative.
We need Africans to provide solutions to the continent's problems.
No one could have guessed how a university's intervention to rescue victims of an appalling education would play out.
Afrikaans identity politics at Stellenbosch distracts from real challenges, writes a group of the university's academics.
In his recent state of the nation address President Kgalema Motlanthe quoted research by a team of academics at Stellenbosch University.
Stellenbosch University has made impressive strides to address inequality, writes Sybelle Albrecht.
Amanda Matthee looks at how Stellenbosch University's business school has updated its MBA for 2009.
...Two areas of new interest are in the fields of business magazines and technology. Business Today, Business World, the Economic Times, and Technocrat, launched fairly recently, are doing well ... Bhutan, with less than 1 million population, can now boast of publishing its own national newspaper. Authors: Anju Chaudhary and Anne Chen, in the book Global Journalism.
Piet Koornhof, who died in a Stellenbosch frail care centre on Monday at the age of 82, following a stroke, was a man of contradictions. Seen as a "verligte" in successive apartheid-era Cabinets, the posts he accepted carried responsibility for some of apartheid's most bizarre and inhumane policies.
South Africa Women have made it to next year's International Cricket Council Women's World Cup after hammering Ireland Women by seven wickets in the semifinals of the World Cup qualifier tournament in Stellenbosch. Ireland Women were skittled for 107 in 47.4 overs as the South African bowlers gave them no breathing space.
It was with growing astonishment, anger and finally disgust that I read Corné Krige's recent comments on new Springbok coach Pieter de Villiers. The most nauseating part of what read like a racist attack by the former Bok captain on De Villiers was a line from his final paragraph.
Hot on the heels of Springbok coach Jake White's announcement of his imminent departure, the South African Rugby Union (Saru) seems set to add the name of Dick Muir to its shortlist of candidates to replace White. This is the same Saru that claimed White could not be considered for an extension of his post because he had missed the deadline for applications.
The decision to re-open an investigation into the Anton Lubowski murder has not yet been taken, the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) said on Monday. Lubowski, a Stellenbosch University-educated lawyer, a Namibian anti-apartheid activist and a prominent South West Africa People's Organisation member, was assassinated 18 years ago.
An apartheid-era Cabinet minister and a former ambassador to the United States, Piet Koornhof, died in his home town of Stellenbosch on Monday afternoon. He was 82. Koornhof's son Johan said on Tuesday afternoon that his father had been a "passionate" man who had a "great gusto for life".