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Set up to fail: the prospective candidate attorney’s calamity

Unless structural racism is addressed, inequalities in the law profession will persist

Q&A Sessions: ‘The work I do at UCT is not about me’ — Mamokgethi Phakeng

UCT vice-chancellor Mamokgethi Phakeng talks to Nicolene de Wee about transformation, the bullying claims against her, and her passion for music

Q&A Sessions: ‘I think I was born way before my time’ — Mamodupi Mohlala

The chief executive of the Estate Agency Affairs Board and the deputy chair of the SABC board, shares her take on retrenchments at the public broadcaster and reveals why she hates horror movies

DA’s policy proposals are counter-transformative

The DA is stuck in classical liberalism when there are new ways of thinking about capitalism and the role of the state - and its denial of race as a concept is disingenuous

The Portfolio: Tommy Busakhwe

Photographer Tommy Busakhwe, a participant in the Communities of the Kalahari Advocacy Project, uses his camera to tell stories of home, land and the people who live and work on it

Inclusion boosts the bottom line

New research shows that while South African organisations have made strides in achieving greater diversity and transformation, too many people still feel excluded in workplaces – and this has significant consequences for productivity and company performance

Use African languages to promote learning

The use of English in lectures can alienate and silence students because they feel inadequate

The fable of SA’s special economic zones

The country is being pushed to develop more SEZs. But is this a viable strategy, given unemployment and ‘deglobalisation’?

Transformative leadership is about building relationships

Universities across the globe are adapting to a changing world. It’s crucial that leaders set a good example

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UCT to rename more buildings

UCT has called for proposals for new names for buildings at the institution, to be more reflective of those who have been “honourable” in history

The sour pleasure of the art industry

Black artists and curators are on the rise but the art world is still owned and governed by white people

Cape Town must make itself more attractive to black graduates

'Black professionals in Cape Town experience pervasive challenges, the biggest being the difficulty in building social capital'

No name change for Rhodes University following council vote

The university council said in a statement that it had been a difficult decision to make and there were no winners from the process.

Gauteng private schools try frank talk on racism

Representatives of independent schools were on their best behaviour as they insisted that racism would no longer be tolerated in their hallways.

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