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30 September 2016, 10:01am
Why student protests turn violent
Why student protests turn violent

Buildings and vehicles at several universities have been burned during #FeesMustFall protests. Jane Duncan examines this phenomenon.

30 September 2016, 06:11am
Sky is the limit for world's largest radio telescope
Sky is the limit for world's largest radio telescope

Africa's MeerKAT 'first light' images have blown all expectations, writes Prina Patel

30 September 2016, 06:02am
Somalia gets a new face
Somalia gets a new face

The Mayor of Mogadishu: what you get when African cliché is dropped, writes Keith Somerville

30 September 2016, 06:54am
Easy to fall in love at first sight
Easy to fall in love at first sight

Jacqueline Lahoud was part of a team that placed GPS tracking devices on four Mozambique elephants ...

30 September 2016, 06:43am
Migrants are not a threat
Migrants are not a threat

Let's recognise migrants not as a threat but players in the economy, writes Zaheera Jinnah

30 September 2016, 06:38am
Don’t militarise: reduce demand to curb poaching
Don’t militarise: reduce demand to curb poaching

There is little public discussion about the merits of militarisation within Cites or mainstream conservation.

29 September 2016, 5:35pm
A free education is worth what you pay for it
A free education is worth what you pay for it

Sabina Essa put herself through law school at Wits, eschewing financial aid in favour of a fulltime job, but writes that the sacrifice was worthwhile.

29 September 2016, 4:07pm
#WitsPoll: Was SMS voting the right choice?
#WitsPoll: Was SMS voting the right choice?

The good news is it is easy and immediate, the bad news is SA's already had discomfiting experiences with SMS voting, says Colin Thakur.

29 September 2016, 06:03am
How unequal free really is
How unequal free really is

No fee higher education is an unrealistic expectation with unsustainable solutions, writes Damtew Teferra