Rhodes Must Fall

 
Black students ‘undervalued’ at UCT
Black students ‘undervalued’ at UCT
Curriculum content at the University of Cape Town sustains colonialism and working-class black students believe their knowledge is not valued.
Decolonised spaces must be given room
Decolonised spaces must be given room
I joined the department of psychology at the University of Cape Town (UCT) in February 2011. Since then, my main teaching responsibilities have...
​Transforming UCT: Reflections on the road ahead
​Transforming UCT: Reflections on the road ahead
Statement by The UCT Black Academic Caucus
Struggle songs let us be heard
Struggle songs let us be heard
“Writing about music is like dancing about architecture.” — Thelonious Monk
Slice of Life: The harsh light shines on purpose
Slice of Life: The harsh light shines on purpose
I used to work at the University of Cape Town as one of the support staff. Transformation was always important to me, so I joined our staff...
Psychology in the metacolony
Psychology in the metacolony
The emergence and growth of psychology as a discipline took place not only at a time of social change and conflict in Europe but also while...
Post-colonial universities are trapped by their past
Post-colonial universities are trapped by their past
Professor Mahmood Mamdani returned to the University of Cape Town (UCT) on August 22 to deliver a lecture on Decolonising the Post-colonial...
Literary bent to hip-hop’s Democracy & Delusion
Literary bent to hip-hop’s Democracy & Delusion
South Africa is about to see its first ever dual release of a book and hip-hop album when student activist Sizwe Mpofu-Walsh launches Democracy...
Reimagining the lens of land
Reimagining the lens of land
The question of land is no longer left to politicians. Very recently, “the land” has become the property of the public, at least in terms of...

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