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Yes, mathematics can be decolonised. Here’s how to begin
Yes, mathematics can be decolonised. Here’s how to begin
At a time when decolonisation, part of which involves changing the content of what’s taught, is dominating debate at many universities, the...
Will my class reunion be a jol or will I still be a black, queer kid to the bullies?
Will my class reunion be a jol or will I still be a black, queer kid to the bullies?
My 20-year high school reunion is coming up in October. School tradition dictates that the first reunion is after 15 years. So when that mark passed...
Does CSA really want the answers?
Does CSA really want the answers?
The four-person panel appointed to review the Proteas’ performance over the past year, notably the disappointment of the 2015 World Cup and this...
SA cricket goes under the microscope
SA cricket goes under the microscope
The Proteas don’t play another international fixture until June, which may be a source of frustration to their supporters but a blessing in...
Letters to the editor: March 11 to 17 2016
Letters to the editor: March 11 to 17 2016
I write in relation to your 
Letters to the editor: February 26 to March 3 2016
Letters to the editor: February 26 to March 3 2016
You can be proud of the apology you offered (Mea...
UCT seeks court order against protesting students
UCT seeks court order against protesting students
The University of Cape Town is applying for an interdict to prevent violent protests after paintings and a bus were torched, and vice chancellor Max...
Why Afrikaans doesn't qualify for special treatment at universities
Why Afrikaans doesn't qualify for special treatment at universities
There is a fierce debate underway about the language of instruction at Stellenbosch University in South Africa. Students protested throughout 2015 against the use of Afrikaans as the...
The Boks: SA's Flying Dutchman
The Boks: SA's Flying Dutchman
FIFTH COLUMN
Why Africa's professors are afraid of colonial education being dismantled
Why Africa's professors are afraid of colonial education being dismantled
A series of student protests in South Africa has thrown up a number of questions. Many of these are linked to the problem of decolonising institutions. And at least one implicates the country’s professoriate by asking: how do academics transcend Western knowledge systems and ways of...

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