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Teaching cannot live on technology alone

The assumption of digital fluency for staff and students threatens a socially just education system

Nattrass’s article should be retracted rather than debated

The relationship between science and ethics is inextricable and a study that does not consider the latter in its design cannot be supported

Tawana Kupe: It takes a continent to raise the Africa we want

Collaborating with other universities will assist in dealing with diseases and other social issues that know no borders

Covid-19 pandemic: An opportunity to press the reset button on capitalism?

Human greed has brought us to the brink of societal collapse. It is time for a student-led revolution to promote a transition to a new economic system

Academics must reach out to the public

By sharing their ideas and knowledge, they can change the world. What’s holding them back?

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​No apology or comfort as another Marikana mother dies without justice

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