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Mohammed Jameel Abdulla

Mohammed Jameel Abdulla

Jameel is a radical tea drinker and postgraduate student in African Studies. He’s interested issues of justice, change and decoloniality; and aligns with black consciousness, pan-Africanism and libertarian socialism.
Dear Professor Phakeng, you owe students an apology
Dear Professor Phakeng, you owe students an apology
Like many former students — particularly those who have been intimately involved in the internal politics of the University of Cape Town...
The other water crisis: Eastern Cape is in serious danger
The other water crisis: Eastern Cape is in serious danger
The Cape water crisis has shaken South Africa. The reality that easy access to clean running water will soon be stripped from one of SA’s most...
The festive season: When reckless abandon may meet reckless driving
The festive season: When reckless abandon may meet reckless driving
On my way to the #AbantuBookFestival late on Saturday afternoon, I was struck by the number of vehicle accidents on the way to Soweto along the M1...
Education MEC and St John’s community seek expulsion of racist teacher
Education MEC and St John’s community seek expulsion of racist teacher
A prestigious private boys’ school, St John’s College (SJC) in Johannesburg, has found a senior teacher guilty of numerous racist...
JHB’s nationalistic attitude rears its head in Fattis Mansions, Cape York incidents
JHB’s nationalistic attitude rears its head in Fattis Mansions, Cape York incidents
The divergent realities of people evicted from Fattis Mansions last week, and the victims of the Cape York fire, have highlighted Johannesburg’s nationalistic attitudes towards those in need of assistance from government....
These inhospitable living conditions are the reason the #HoutbayProtests erupted
These inhospitable living conditions are the reason the #HoutbayProtests erupted
At least one person died after being caught...
‘Ringleader’ and collaborators behind Stellenbosch Nazi posters identified
‘Ringleader’ and collaborators behind Stellenbosch Nazi posters identified
Stellenbosch University has made headway in investigating the
Wanelisa Xaba on using crowdfunding to pay fees: 'I got a lot of shaming from people'
Wanelisa Xaba on using crowdfunding to pay fees: 'I got a lot of shaming from people'
While the #FeesMustFall movement pushes for free, decolonised education, students who are unable to afford university are still left to...
We can’t be expected to unite with racists against Zuma
We can’t be expected to unite with racists against Zuma
A Facebook page called “Impeach the leech – Zuma...