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Slice of life: A better life, module by module
Slice of life: A better life, module by module
One of the big bosses at work came through reception on his way out at the end of the day, and saw me reading a textbook and making notes. He was...
Depressed? Blame it on poor governance
Depressed? Blame it on poor governance
Poor governance is affecting our happiness.
Brothers in conservation want to restore indigenous knowledge
Brothers in conservation want to restore indigenous knowledge
Dr Johan Wentzel reckons that he and Dr Ephraim Mabena could have been brothers in another lifetime, tied together by a common passion for nature...
Ahead of May 8, young South Africans are reminded of the power of their votes
Ahead of May 8, young South Africans are reminded of the power of their votes
"8 May is your big day. Halala, 8 May, halala!” This is how Khaya Sithole kicked off the panel discussion hosted by the Gauteng Provincial...
Ahead of May 8, young South Africans are reminded of the power of their votes
Ahead of May 8, young South Africans are reminded of the power of their votes
"The eighth of May is your big day. Halala, 8 May, halala!” This is how Khaya Sithole kicked off the panel discussion hosted by the Gauteng...
The workers’ struggle for dignity that’s almost won
The workers’ struggle for dignity that’s almost won
While the country was fixated on the #FeesMustFall protests that changed the face of higher learning in South Africa, workers were fighting for...
Strike called off as Unisa, SRC reach an agreement
Strike called off as Unisa, SRC reach an agreement
The University of South Africa (Unisa) management and its student representative council (SRC) signed an agreement on Saturday that will see the
Unisa campus shutdown enters fourth day, talks unsuccessful
Unisa campus shutdown enters fourth day, talks unsuccessful
Talks between National Student Representative Council (NSRC) members and the University of South Africa (Unisa) ended unsatisfactorily on Wednesday...
SA’s social policies must be resurrected
SA’s social policies must be resurrected
Unisa recently hosted a conference in honour of the late Dr Zola Skweyiya and some of the sessions focused on the role he played as a Cabinet...
Universities: a mirror of their communities
Universities: a mirror of their communities
Research on the perceptions and experiences of Lesbian; Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex (LGBTI) students and how they are perceived at the...
Inspired by nature
Inspired by nature
If you took a long, hard look at the gemsbok, would you ask how this animal – which traverses the deserts of the Kgalagadi – could change the...
Meet UCT’s new ‘spicy’ FabAcademic
Meet UCT’s new ‘spicy’ FabAcademic
Professor Mamokgethi Phakeng wanted to be an A-rated internationally recognised scientist. She never had ambitions of becoming a vice-chancellor...

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