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Pressure to remove colonial relics grows

This week, the Black People’s National Crisis Committee (BPNCC) said it would intensify protest if activists are not listened to.

Oxford’s position on Rhodes Must Fall is bad politics — and even worse history

It is misleading to use Nelson Mandela’s name to defend the Cecil John Rhodes statue

The system in South Africa has its knee on the neck of the youth

The youth of today can learn from the youth of 1976, who rose up and rejected the Bantu education system

Black Lives Matter? Which black lives?

In South Africa, police brutality and violence affect black, working- class lives in particular. We must dismantle this systemic oppression

Online learning in lockdown is far from ideal

Varsities are determined to complete the first semester even if it hinders some students

Poor form betrays the revolution

A fresh look at the Fees Must Fall student movement sadly fails to fulfil its promise

Lessons from transformation of universities in South Africa

Many universities have embraced transformation as an imperative that seeks to eradicate colonial, apartheid and imperial legacies

You can’t manipulate us into voting

Choosing not to vote is a democratic choice, which can send a powerful message to those who harp on about those who died to make it possible

Context informs schools history report

African history is essential to recovering our past and linking it to the continent and the world

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