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The future of ICT is in Gauteng's classrooms
The future of ICT is in Gauteng's classrooms
One of the biggest perks of the “Classrooms of the Future” project by the Gauteng department of education (GDE), jokes the principal of one of...
There’s much more to the plastic pollution crisis than carrier bags
There’s much more to the plastic pollution crisis than carrier bags
Plastics are part of our everyday lifestyles, and their release into the natural environment has become yet another serious global crisis affecting...
SA’s transition, interrupted
SA’s transition, interrupted
South Africa has come a long way since the advent of democracy but its transition remains incomplete. The first three clauses of the Freedom...
Energy department cuts budget allocation for clean energy
Energy department cuts budget allocation for clean energy
Government’s plan to achieve 30% clean energy by 2025 is questionable, given that the department of energy (DoE) only allocates 5% of its budget...
Light a fire under SA’s climate policy
Light a fire under SA’s climate policy
Most South African’s don’t appreciate that we are living in a new world, shaped — and increasingly determined — by a heating...
Editorial: Outing foreigners plays with lives
Editorial: Outing foreigners plays with lives
Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba, once the finance minister and also perhaps the greatest enabler of the Guptafication of the state as a former...
It’s the right time to interrogate SA’s ethics
It’s the right time to interrogate SA’s ethics
The idea of an ethical society has exercised the most brilliant of minds for as long as historical memory can extend. As an ideal, ethics provide...
Rampahosa's SONA stokes hope of economic revival
Rampahosa's SONA stokes hope of economic revival
President Cyril Ramaphosa’s first state of the nation address has ignited hopes of a strong economic recovery under his leadership.
Unemployment lower, but black women, the youth remain the most vulnerable
Unemployment lower, but black women, the youth remain the most vulnerable
The latest unemployment statistics from StatsSA show that South Africa’s unemployment rate declined to 26.7% in the fourth quarter last year from...
What about the day after Day Zero?
What about the day after Day Zero?
Panicked Capetonians are asking the wrong question. The issue is not when Day Zero will see their taps turned off. That won’t happen this winter....
SA’s great expectations are justified
SA’s great expectations are justified
The wind of change is blowing in South Africa following the election last month of Cyril Ramaphosa as president of the ANC. There is a renewed...
Zuma: From unifier to divider
Zuma: From unifier to divider
In closing the ANC’s Polokwane conference in 2007, at which he became the party’s 12th president, Jacob Zuma’s message to delegates was...

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