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​All actions to counter climate change matter
​All actions to counter climate change matter
There are two schools of thought about how to deal with climate change. One path is that without collective action — a great policy and...
New copyright law will benefit South Africans with disabilities
New copyright law will benefit South Africans with disabilities
South Africa’s current copyright law was enacted 41 years ago. The
Zukisa Tshiqi: The quiet fighter
Zukisa Tshiqi: The quiet fighter
‘I can’t see you,” said the magistrate.
Programme multiplies pupils’ success
Programme multiplies pupils’ success
Two years ago, Queenstown teenager Yamkela Sondlo (17) narrowly scraped through her grade 11
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In another confusing finding, the public protector overlooked how...
An open letter to the readers of Adam Habib's 'Rebels and Rage'
An open letter to the readers of Adam Habib's 'Rebels and Rage'
The vice-chancellor of the University of the Witwatersrand has written a book. 
More than one layer to the art and life of Tracey Rose
More than one layer to the art and life of Tracey Rose
A stillness is required to engage seriously with the work of Tracey Rose. Perhaps this has to do with the attractive, carnivalesque, risqué and...
South African team wins international gaming award
South African team wins international gaming award
South African game developer Bahiyya Khan and her team took home the ‘Best Student Game’ award at the 
Chinese South Africans still fight racism
Chinese South Africans still fight racism
In 1962, Norman Yenson was a third-year medical student at the University of the Witwatersrand. Being Chinese, he and his fellow students who were...
Violence raises the urgent need for more health services
Violence raises the urgent need for more health services
Almost daily, our news reports are marred by statistics about gender-based violence, such as one in three women are assaulted, physically or...
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...
Students, universities on a collision course
Students, universities on a collision course
In 2015, University of the Witwatersrand vice-chancellor Adam Habib had to leave a higher education transformation summit hosted by the department...

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