Voice of the Cape
Protests and the decolonising work we need to do in seminars, lectures and tutorials cannot be mutually exclusive with protesting.
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Can you remember the schoolyard jingle that went, "Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me"? Obviously that was not and is not the truth. The death of Rebecca Ann Sedwick, a...
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As the youth, we have chartered our own path to consciousness. We have seen that being black in SA is a mark of shame, poverty and landlessness.
Never before in history have African students had so much access to global learning opportunities that allow for unprecedented learning and networking.
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The posters contained "highly offensive references to Nazi propaganda and Neo-Nazism" and come at a time of heightened racial tension.
Student's voices are silenced in what has now become a virtual police state with surveillance cameras at every potential gathering space.
Is improved GDP creating better education, or is it education that's improving the GDP?