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It’s time to embrace the power of cultural democracy, incompleteness and conviviality


 

As humans living in a deeply polarised world, we often carry stereotypes and assumptions in our heads about people who are different from us and those who do not fit into our preconceived ideas about the way things should be. One plausible reason may be due to a lack of proper knowledge and open-mindedness needed […]

Hands off Minister Angie Motshekga!


 

The eighty one point three (81.3) national percent matric pass rate in 2019 has sent shock waves to many who believed it could never never be done. Instead of jumping into jamboree celebration over the fact that at last, the “doors of learning and teaching have been opened for all” as pronounced in the Freedom […]

Languages play a role in 16 Days Campaign and National Reconciliation


 

The government is urged to create more opportunities for South Africans to learn and use indigenous languages as a means of improving social cohesion in local communities. Recent inquiries looking into obstacles to social integration in the Western Cape Province have highlighted the importance of all population groups learning English, Afrikaans and isiXhosa to enable […]

INNOVATION

Start up, go global, get paid – all with crypto

I have seen it time and time again: smart, young African entrepreneurs, who have the potential to turn their independent online businesses into the...

EDUCATION

South Africa is heading for a credit rating downgrade to junk...

Eskom continues to pose a great threat to South Africa’s economy, making it likely that South Africa will be downgraded to junk status in...

ECONOMICS

South Africa is heading for a credit rating downgrade to junk...

Eskom continues to pose a great threat to South Africa’s economy, making it likely that South Africa will be downgraded to junk status in...