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#Fees2017: Open letter to the South African ambassador to the United States
#Fees2017: Open letter to the South African ambassador to the United States
South African students and workers in New York are on their way to the South African consulate, where they intend to hand over a letter...
Activist accuses NYU of coming under pressure from China
Activist accuses NYU of coming under pressure from China
Guangcheng, who was allowed to travel to the US after escaping from house arrest, said on Monday that New York University (NYU) is forcing him...
Behind the high-fives
Behind the high-fives
At a campus meeting last weekend, about 80 University of the Free State (UFS) students waited their turn to talk about recent overseas trips that...
The difficulties of diversity
The difficulties of diversity
By the end of last week, halfway through their stay in the United States, University of the Free State (UFS) students were contemplative about the...
UFS Diaries of Change
UFS Diaries of Change
More than 60 of the 116 University of the Free State (UFS) students I'm accompanying on their trip to the United States have either never been...
Towards schooling that transforms
Towards schooling that transforms
For the past 30 years I have taught at some of the top universities in the United States -- Berkeley, Harvard and New York University. At none of...
Improve South Africa's UN role
Improve South Africa's UN role
At the United Nations this month, the spotlight will be on South Africa as the new president of the Security Council for April.
Censorship at the US border
Censorship at the US border
The United States government is afraid of ideas. At least it seems that way at the border.
Food, fuel shock can 'wreck exchequer'
Food, fuel shock can 'wreck exchequer'
Africa's cocoa makes the world's chocolate, its fish, fruit and vegetables reach tables around the globe and its oil powers vehicles and factories...
Economic woes dampen Davos party
Economic woes dampen Davos party
The annual Davos gathering of the world's political and business elite opened on Wednesday with the fragile state of the world economy and...
How to solve Afghanistan's opium crisis
How to solve Afghanistan's opium crisis
The United Nations reported on Monday that there had been a "frightening" explosion in opium production in Afghanistan with Helmand province, where...

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