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07 FEBRUARY 2017

SA universities won’t change unless mindsets start to shift

The ongoing debates around reform in higher education - specifically the call for "decolonisation" of the curriculum and space - are a piece of a much wider historical, political, and cultural set of issues and contexts.
05 DECEMBER 2016

Is South Africa sustainable?

A lecture with Professor Matthew Lester of the Rhodes Business School, Grahamstown, that examines the sustainability of the independent schools in the context of the FessMustfall crisis.
06 NOVEMBER 2016

Time to speak up about problems facing South Africa

In a public statement released this week, the Advisory Board of the University of Stellenbosch School expressed their concerns regarding the problems facing the country.
05 NOVEMBER 2016

How South African are you?

It takes leaving South Africa to realise just how South African you are.
05 OCTOBER 2016

Leadership in South Africa: 5 wishes

USB director and expert in ethical leadership, Prof Piet Naude, lists his five wishes for the kind of leadership that South Africa needs today.
04 OCTOBER 2016

The youth and student protests

Former Minister of Finance Nhlanhla Nene on the youth and student protests.
03 OCTOBER 2016

Education needs a sustainable funding model

SA should prioritise education right now and give it all the commitment, input, expertise and finances it needs. It includes all education - early childhood development, primary, secondary school and higher education.
03 OCTOBER 2016

The flags of wrath

A recent study by experts has confirmed what many ordinary people thought all along: the human species is territorial and sociable until its territory is under attack.
25 JULY 2016

It’s time to build this nation... together

In South Africa, the notion of nation-building couldn’t be more important than it is now, given the economic, social and political pressures facing the country, writes Denise Mhlanga.
27 JUNE 2016

We need a miracle!

What the hell is going on? Tshwane is burning because citizens are supposedly unhappy with the Mayoral candidate nominated by ANC leadership. Reaction defaults immediately to destructive violence.