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23rd September 2021 South Africa’s Robben Island Museum is an institution limping though a pandemic, and weighed down by its roller coaster history. In our book,... →
23rd September 2021 Deaf rights to language, expression, literacy and education have been marginalised throughout history. And signed languages have taken second place... →
21st September 2021 Most South African parents and learners are familiar with the school practice of rewarding learners for academic achievement visibly, tangibly and... →
21st September 2021 “Why are my employees leaving my organisation?”. “What can I do to make my valuable employees stay at my organisation?”. “What makes employees stay... →
17th September 2021 Eskom, South Africa’s state-owned power utility, is facing a litany of challenges. The Conversation Africa asked Professor Anton Eberhard, director... →
16th September 2021 The capture of democratic political systems by private power networks is arguably the greatest threat to civil liberties and inclusive development... →
16th September 2021 Unemployment remains one of South Africa’s most pressing economic and social challenges. Over the past two decades it has also proved to be one of... →
14th September 2021 When people hear of ‘work’, it is usually waged or salaried employment. Governments and commentators rarely speak of the work of hustling,... →
9th September 2021 Almost 18 months into the Covid-19 pandemic, the release of new case numbers is an integral part of the day for many South Africans. Questions like... →
8th September 2021 It is likely that historians will conclude that there was no one reason why the recent riots and looting of supermarkets, shops and warehouses in... →