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Empire and environmentalism: The legacy of a brilliant maverick, Richard Grove

The prolific interdisciplinary scholar who worked on the periphery and challenged Eurocentrism also drew attention to the El Niño phenomenon and global warming concerns in Victorian times

Cambridge University investigates its links to slavery

The two-year project will seek 'appropriate ways to publicly acknowledge past links to slavery and to address its impact'

Zuckerberg vows to ‘step up’ as Facebook scandal mushrooms

The social media giant's chief has announced new steps to rein in the leakage of data outside developers and third-party apps

Private and universities abroad will gain if ours buckle, say vice-chancellors

The children of working class and poorer families will get middling to mediocre quality education, academics warn.

It’s time we had a talk about sex, say SA schoolkids

Adults' attitudes to sex education in SA and across the continent are increasing the risk of children falling pregnant and contracting HIV/Aids.

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