Nithaya Chetty

In a bid to placate politics on race UCT fails to protect academic freedom

The University of Cape Town’s Academic Freedom Committee has let intellectual freedom down regarding Professor Nicoli Nattrass’s commentary in the South African Journal of Science

Build bond between science and society

New ideas and technologies can provide solutions but in unethical hands they can be dangerous

‘Abuse of power’ shackles academia

The Desai case showed how ‘corporate authoritarianism undermined collegiality’.

UKZN’s crucible of poor decisions

Ten years after the university’s merger, two researchers argue that internal and external politics have caused massive damage.

Making science work for Africa

<b>Nithaya Chetty</b> describes the excitement of developing computational material science in Africa.

Recounting the myths of creation

An independent account of the University of KwaZulu-Natal's merger has yet to be written.

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