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2015/03/28 20:29
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A petition has been launched demanding that French universities not succumb to pressure to ban anti-apartheid activist and scholar Prof Farid Esack. University of Johannesburg PSF has learnt that...
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2015/03/28 10:15
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NEWS ANALYSIS Earlier this month, when President Jacob Zuma said that teenage mothers should be separated from their children and sent “far away” to Robben Island where they would be “forced to go to...
2015/03/26 12:15
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The University of Cape Town’s (UCT) student-initiated Rhodes Must Fall campaign has been gaining traction across South African and international campuses, with similar protests spreading to the...
2015/03/25 20:29
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... holds rights in trust for citizens" This year as we celebrated Human Rights Day it was sad to note that our rights to freedom of expression and a free press were under attack. When our...
2015/03/23 09:31
2015/03/23 09:31
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After their participating in the Cyprus Women's Cup as part of the pre-season training, the South African Women's National Team, Banyana Banyana are en route to Gaborone, Botswana, ahead of their All...
2015/03/20 13:03
2015/03/20 13:03
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This past Monday saw the revival of the South African (classically) liberal youth movement with the Inaugural Ceremony of African Students For Liberty – Pretoria (ASFL-Pretoria), at the University of...
2015/03/18 23:03
2015/03/18 23:03
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After a week of student protest, the UCT vice-chancellor has given the clearest indication yet that he believes the controversial statue of Rhodes should be moved from its "pride of place, at the...
2015/03/17 00:42
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Not the largest number of lightning flashes, just the most powerful. An international team of scientists led by Dr. Themis Chronis at The University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) Earth System...
2015/03/16 07:30
2015/03/16 07:30
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Banyana Banyana head coach Vera Pauw has announced a squad of 18 players that will travel to Botswana for an All Africa Games qualifier. The match takes place on Friday, 20 March 2015. Kick-off is...
2015/03/15 15:03
2015/03/15 15:03
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Off the sports field, he had the gift of the gab and displayed signs of becoming a top lawyer one day. Many believed he was destined for great things. But the former law student, who enrolled at...
2015/03/13 05:15
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The Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (Amcu) was already troubled by personality clashes, regional disputes and rumours of attempts at personal enrichment. But official confirmation...
2015/03/12 22:09
2015/03/12 22:09
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Richard Poplak was born and lives in Johannesburg, South Africa. He trained as a filmmaker and fine artist at Montreal’s Concordia University and has produced and directed numerous short films, music...
2015/03/12 13:15
2015/03/12 13:15
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In the early 1980s, South African art audiences were introduced to the sculptural work of artists from Limpopo through a number of large-scale curated exhibitions such as BMW Tributaries (1985) –...
2015/03/11 23:37
2015/03/11 23:37
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The video, reportedly shot by another inmate using a mobile phone, appears to show Pistorius and Radovan Krejcir taking turns in a penalty shout-out session in an exercise yard at Kgosi Mampuru...
2015/03/11 05:15
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The funds crunch that has seen thousands of poor students excluded from universities won’t be averted any time soon, higher education and training minister Blade Nzimande has said. “Despite...
2015/03/10 23:03
2015/03/10 23:03
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This is a debate that has divided parents, teachers and education experts here and abroad. International research points to homework having little or no benefit in enhancing learning or performance,...
2015/03/10 12:34
2015/03/10 12:34
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Johannesburg — The Department of Higher Education and Training is putting paid to the phrase 'it's never too early to think about the future' by increasing the distribution of career booklets in high...
2015/03/10 09:34
2015/03/10 09:34
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Cape Town - Two weeks after he was stabbed in his car on the N2, rugby referee Shaun Veldsman returned to duty on Monday for the Varsity Cup fixture between Stellenbosch University and the University...
2015/03/10 09:12
2015/03/10 09:12
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The thousands of foreign troops pouring into northern Nigeria to join its fight against Boko Haram have gained an early victory, seizing two towns from the Islamist extremists after fierce battles,...
2015/03/09 14:29
2015/03/09 14:29
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On 21 March 1960, the apartheid police opened fire on a crowd of protestors in Sharpeville, killing 69 people. Five decades on, post-apartheid South Africa remembers these events on Human Rights Day....
2015/03/28 20:29
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