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Just what is ‘economics for Africa’?
Just what is ‘economics for Africa’?
In Rethinking economics for Africa...
UCT gives students with disabilities hope
UCT gives students with disabilities hope
The disability service at the University of Cape Town (UCT) is playing a critical role in enabling students with disabilities to cope with their...
Raymond Suttner's long walk to graduation
Raymond Suttner's long walk to graduation
Fifty years after his thesis was withdrawn on political grounds, Raymond Suttner will, today, be awarded his master of laws degree. At 23, Suttner...
Triumph in tragedy: Mother proposes how to avoid road deaths
Triumph in tragedy: Mother proposes how to avoid road deaths
A mother who lost her child in a road accident turned to academia for answers.
UCT aims to make IT appealing to women students
UCT aims to make IT appealing to women students
Information Technology (IT) is traditionally a male-dominated sector, but the school of IT at the University of Cape Town (UCT) is working hard to...
Study sheds light on scourge of 'fake' news in Africa
Study sheds light on scourge of 'fake' news in Africa
Concerns about “fake news” have dominated discussions about the relationship between the media and politics in the developed world in recent...
SA fiddles while the world burns
SA fiddles while the world burns
Not much to do with climate change is a surprise any more. The science has been settled for half a century. Most of the people alive today were...
​The changing world of work – where does an MBA fit into the picture?
​The changing world of work – where does an MBA fit into the picture?
An MBA degree has long been regarded as the pre-eminent qualification for business leaders, but in the current environment of rapid technological...
Waste not: South Africa makes world's first human urine brick
Waste not: South Africa makes world's first human urine brick
One day, when nature calls, your urine could be put to better use than to be flushed down the loo.
Five reasons why it’s still a good idea to study an MBA
Five reasons why it’s still a good idea to study an MBA
While interest in the MBA (Master of Business Administration) has declined slightly in the United States (US) in recent years, programmes outside...
Transformation began 50 years ago
Transformation began 50 years ago
Fifty years ago, during the so-called Nairobi revolution of the late 1960s, a move was made to transform the disciplines and curriculums in a...
Rethinking university rankings: We need to talk about quality of teaching
Rethinking university rankings: We need to talk about quality of teaching
Each year the release of the Times Higher Education World University Rankings generates a great deal of interest, excitement – and debate. ...

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