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Let's Think Multilingualism must be celebrated as a resource, not a problem
South Africa must be seen as a country for speakers of all its official languages rather than an English-only elite. February ought to be a joyful month for South African
22 Feb 2018
Education Watch Educational system set to become a war zone
With the 2017 real matric pass rate in the order of only 45%, and promised free tertiary education engulfed in a cloud of controversy, South Africa’s educational system is
09 Jan 2018 - I. B. T.
Technology Watch Developing countries need to wake up to risks of new technologies
Too few developing countries, including South Africa, are giving serious attention to the risks associated with the new technologies driving the fourth industrial
09 Jan 2018
Education Watch What drives the rise of Christian Universities in Africa?
The last two decades have seen a brisk growth in Christian universities in sub-Saharan Africa. This phenomenon exists at the intersection of two of the most dynamic social trends
29 Jul 2017
Social Stability Corruption is fraying South Africa’s social and economic fabric
South Africa is the second-most miserable country on earth, second to only Venezuela amongst the list of emerging countries. This is the situation according to the recently
14 Jul 2017
Let's Think Religion in schools – clarity and a missed opportunity
A High Court in South Africa recently handed down a landmark ruling with far-reaching implications for religion in the country’s public schools. The court decided that
14 Jul 2017 - G. A. d. P.
Education Watch Ikusasa pilot project on track for 2017
The pilot phase of the Ikusasa Student Financial Aid Programme (ISFAP), a partnership project between the private sector and government, is on track to be rolled out in the 2017
03 Feb 2017 - P. N.
Let's Think Matric results – wrong end of the stick
Many things have changed in South Africa since 1994, but one thing remained:  the hype around the annual announcement of the matric results as a yardstick of the state of
05 Jan 2017 - P. C.
Protest Watch What South Africa’s student protests have taught me about peacekeeping
During the 1980s as an academic at Johannesburg’s University of the Witwatersrand, I found myself caught between police and protesters – if “caught”
21 Oct 2016 - P. M.
Let's Think Education needs less emotion, more tolerance
Education in South Africa, at all levels, is in deep crisis, but especially so at tertiary level. At tertiary level the protests have not only turned very nasty and violent, but
20 Oct 2016 - G. C.

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