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28th October 2015 Oppression is evident in how a person is perceived, treated and received in the contemporary world. It oozes through the embodiment of... →
28th October 2015 The increase in the world’s population has led to challenges in maintaining a balanced diet in both the developed and the developing world. More... →
28th October 2015 NGOs often punt the digging of wells as the solution to the long distances women in rural areas travel to collect water. These wells do improve the... →
27th October 2015 “Free education in our lifetime” is the campaign slogan many students have adopted in the recent protests across South Africa against university... →
27th October 2015 Universities are a microcosm of society. They represent a gateway to education, opportunities and advancement. This makes them an obvious site of... →
27th October 2015 Child street hawking is common sight on streets in Nigeria’s cities. Children sell products such as boiled groundnut, fruit and chips that they... →
27th October 2015 Africa’s prosperity increasingly depends on China. Given recent signs of a slowdown in the world’s largest economy, Africa’s short- and long-term... →
26th October 2015 Students in South Africa are crying out loudly for free university education. Has their dream been realised elsewhere? The answer is yes: in many... →
26th October 2015 Standing with students protesting isn’t a matter of solidarity: it is an act of recognition of one’s self. Standing with students during the... →