<!--PSTYLE=hed_95H 70pt-->Why its crucial for young scientists to be proved wrong, write Jeff Murugan and Amanda Weltman
Megalen Govender unpacks the lessons South Africans have learnt from a series of open letters by former president Thabo Mbeki
As UFS sets to reopen on Monday after racially-charged clashes there last week, Janet Smith spoke to Jonathan Jansen, Vice-Chancellor ...
Racism, like all forms of domination, generates patterns of behaviour in society, writes Eusebius McKaiser.
Amnesty International finds that although SA has human rights enshrined in its constitution, it has its share of transgressions against its citizens
As the paintings burnt to ashes, there were many burning questions about the state of South African universities, writes Mbali Matandela
A group of staff members from Rhodes University have issued a statement calling for an end to police violence against student protesters
The erection of Shackville was a powerful symbolic demonstration linking the elitism of UCT to the violent system over which ...