We should resist the seduction of violence when calling out the brutality of structural racism at our universities, writes Tinyiko Maluleke.
Stellenbosch University management addressed allegations of racism raised in "Luister" after being hauled before a parliamentary portfolio committee.
It is specious of this university to hide its black staff quota in stats and nonacademic posts.
Any change must deliver on the visions of the sidelined majority to be meaningful.
Spaces need scholars to deliberate in community and pursue crossdisciplinary work.
South African doctors announced they had performed the world's first successful penis transplant, three months after the ground-breaking operation.
EFF leader Julius Malema addressed hundreds of students at Stellenbosch University, he said the suffering was not over and the struggle continues.
Wim de Villiers succeeds Stellenbosch University’s first black vice-chancellor Russel Botman who died of a heart attack this year.
The education minister criticised the domination of Afrikaans in teaching - and called on former Afrikaans universities to enrol more black students.
Which doctors want to work in the remote areas of South Africa? Mostly those who grew up there.
Stellenbosch University says critical debate is more valuable than disciplinary action against students involved in a "blackface" incident.
True transformation in campus hostels will come from sharing goals and embracing differences.
Integrated student housing at Stellenbosch University is key to smoothing over the campus's charged racial divides.
Low carb, high fat diets don't work better than traditional balanced diets, according to a Stellenbosch University study.
Professor Russel Botman, rector and vice-chancellor of Stellenbosch University, has been hailed as an inspiration following news of his death.
Stellenbosch is a top institution, but why are architects of racism still being honoured there?
Widespread tuberculosis awareness campaigns can rein in its increasing transmission rates.
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