Lukhona Mnguni

Online learning in lockdown is far from ideal

Varsities are determined to complete the first semester even if it hinders some students

The PhD quality debate has racist tones

More students are enrolling in doctoral studies, but gatekeepers are questioning their worthiness

Declare war on the subjugation of women

Men must foster a new humanity and women must go into combat mode

Let’s cultivate laws for a cannabis industry centred on uplifting the rural poor

Progressive thinking will help us realise the many opportunities opened up by the legalisation of the drug for private use

Our universities must stop being sites of women abuse

'Clearly our universities are no welcoming safe spaces for women,' writes Lukhona Mnguni

Did UCT kill Bongani Mayosi?

The moment I heard of Mayosi’s death, I wondered if academia in South Africa has become a deathtrap for trailblazing black academics, says the writer

DA internal debate lays bare the fallacy behind its diversity claims

A plurality of ideas is more important than targets for race and gender, some members maintain - but this does not tally with the need for redress

Private interests bedevil ANC’s ‘new dawn’

Social justice must be Cyril Ramaphosa’s focus, resisting the corrupting influence of big business

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