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Champions of the voiceless
Champions of the voiceless
Indispensable role of social workers highlighted at forum
South Africans need to keep talking
South Africans need to keep talking
Not everyone agrees with the way Zuma was removed
​In conversation with Dr Zweli Mkhize
​In conversation with Dr Zweli Mkhize
‘The ANC must focus on integrity and ethical leadership’
It's not just about the money, it's also about ensuring social and cultural equality
It's not just about the money, it's also about ensuring social and cultural equality
The focus has been on fees, but just as important is finding ways to rehumanise higher education institutions
The migration dilemma: Searching for a new home
The migration dilemma: Searching for a new home
African media has a huge role to play in clearly portraying the circumstances surrounding migration
Gender, sexuality and transformation in Higher Education
Gender, sexuality and transformation in Higher Education
Gender equality is one of the elements of change in South Africa we still have to respond to
Who does the university keep out? Who is keeping safe within its walls?
Who does the university keep out? Who is keeping safe within its walls?
The violence in South African women's lives is not a single event that happens, its part of their life story from childhood to adulthood
​There is more than one answer to the legacy of Mandela
​There is more than one answer to the legacy of Mandela
A critical reflection on lessons learnt from our leaders, based on a lecture hosted by the Tshwane University of Technology with the Mail & Guardian
Outcomes of the ANC 5th National Policy Conference: Yay or nay?
Outcomes of the ANC 5th National Policy Conference: Yay or nay?
Mkhize said issues had to thrashed out; others felt it was a wasted opportunity
Finding a developmental consensus in an era of radical economic transformation
Finding a developmental consensus in an era of radical economic transformation
'There have been inadequate tools to complement the political transition with a credible, well thought-out socioeconomic transformation framework'
'Growing inequality threatens to pull our societies apart'
'Growing inequality threatens to pull our societies apart'
Mail & Guardian’s Critical Thinking Forum on Increasing Inclusive Economic Development In South Africa
Sugar Tax: Friend or foe for South Africa?
Sugar Tax: Friend or foe for South Africa?
The vibrant debate brought together the health, economic and social concerns around the tax

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