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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
Final Word Technology catapult dictionary with new words
World-wide dictionaries are battling to keep up with a catapult attack from technology hurling new words, terms, and new meanings of old words (terms), at them. The tendency of
21 Jan 2018 - P. C.
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
Final Word The Power of Words rediscovered
Maybe the time has come for you to also revisit some forgotten books your bookshelf, and if you do, I predict you will rediscover forgotten treasures. Being in that phase of my
23 Jul 2017 - P. C.
Social Justice Sassa: SA in deep moral crisis of double standards
South Africa has just come through a week in which the reign of double standards was glaringly exposed and showed it up as facing a moral crisis. From the Presidency, down to
19 Mar 2017 - P. C.
Final Word Diamonds and the spy that lied
If you believe that agent 007, James Bond, with the famous 1971 movie Diamonds are for ever, created that notion about diamonds, you bought into a fake and a lie. In fact, the
03 Mar 2017 - P. C.
Final Word Teenagers turned 75 this year
Teenagers as a human species was only ‘discovered’ in 1941. Before then only children and adults were recognised, although socio-economic developments over the
29 Sep 2016 - P. C.
Stability Watch Danger of widespread South African unrest escalating
Amid large-scale, often violent, protests on South African university campuses, the danger of much wider civil unrest is escalating almost unnoticed. While scenes on at least one
23 Sep 2016 - P. C.
Global Watch Brexit exposes dangerous global fault lines
The roots of Britain’s leaving the European Union (Brexit) go back to at least the global financial crisis of 2007/08 and expose some dangerous global geopolitical and
30 Jun 2016 - P. C.
Race Relations A more balanced view of race relations direly needed
While some political parties, organisations and extremist individuals are constantly playing the polarising ‘race card’, the reality on the ground is a lot more
04 Jun 2016 - P. C.

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