ARTICLES RELATING TO PROTESTS

TVET students will show 'true colours' in 2017 - EFF MP

2016-12-01 06:03

Technical and Vocational Education and Training college students might follow the example of their university peers and protest in 2017, an EFF MP has hinted in Parliament.

‘Ugly feminist’ or necessary scream?

2016-11-20 07:44

An extract from the book Fees Must Fall – Student Revolt, Decolonisation and Governance in South Africa.

BOOK REVIEW: A useful, imperfect snapshot

2016-11-20 06:04

Fees Must Fall – Student Revolt, Decolonisation and Governance in South Africa, edited by Susan Booysen.

1 killed as mob attacks police in Durban

2016-11-11 17:41

One person has been shot and killed after a mob turned on police officers following up on a cellphone robbery in the Durban CBD, say police.

Bottle allegedly shattered in cop's face during EFF violence

2016-11-03 18:03

A senior police officer was struck in the face with a glass bottle with such force that it shattered, during an EFF march in Tshwane, police said on Thursday.

Red T-shirts fill Church Square as EFF prepares to march

2016-11-02 10:18

Church Square in Pretoria is flooded with red as several hundred EFF members, clad in their party colours, prepare to march to the Pretoria Magistrate's Court.

Cut cabinet, provinces to fund education

2016-10-30 12:33

Management consultant and author Letepe Maisela, shares his take on where government can make cuts to fund education.

Varsities’ plans to see out 2016

2016-10-30 06:00

In a desperate bid to save the 2016 academic year, various universities have made plans for students to write examinations in the presence of high security to thwart protesters.

Malema warns of signs of government 'genocide' in ICC withdrawal

2016-10-26 20:16

EFF leader Julius Malema says the party is reluctant to support the government's decision to pull out from the ICC because there are "signs of a government that wants to commit genocide".

Gordhan: SA at a crossroads

2016-10-26 15:23

The violent protests that have plagued SA for years are even more worrying than legal challenges and the economy's poor performance, says Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan.

 

Give us land, group tells City of Cape Town

2016-11-29 18:17

A group of Kuils River residents want the City of Cape Town to give them land for a housing project they say they have designed for themselves.

Tense reaction by Fallists to panel discussion

2016-11-20 07:03

The Wits School of Governance hosted an engaging panel discussion to coincide with the launch of the book, Fees Must Fall: Student Revolt, Decolonisation and Governance.

Violent protests due to leaders who don’t listen - Mahlobo

2016-11-14 22:03

If leaders did their jobs and listened to the people they served, protests would not escalate to the point where security services needed to step in, State Security Minister David Mahlobo says.

Thousands join anti-Trump protests around the US

2016-11-10 08:31

Thousands of protesters around the US have taken to the streets to condemn the election of Donald Trump as president.

Protect our Constitution - DA marchers

2016-11-02 11:02

Hundreds of DA supporters have gathered in Pretoria to march to the magistrate's court, calling for the Constitution to be protected.

Pretoria to host mass political marches

2016-11-02 07:47

The EFF and DA are set to hold individual marches in Pretoria to demonstrate commitment to the Constitution.

#FeesMustFall, is this a fair, rational demand?

2016-10-30 12:33

The nation is witnessing unprecedented scenes of violence in the higher education sector in the post-1994 era. How realistic is this demand of free higher education, especially when assessed against the backdrop of competing demands on the fiscus and other challenges within education?

Walking tall

2016-10-30 00:00

From the streets of Soweto to a posh Sandton school by way of a scholarship, Fallist Vuyani Pambo’s journey has been anything but easy.

Naledi: Govt should help fund poor students

2016-10-26 19:42

Government should find a way to help fund students who can’t afford fees, says Minister of Science and Technology Naledi Pandor.

The joy of inclusive academia

2016-10-23 06:01

When challenged about excluding black intellectual work from the curriculum, white academics argue that there is little to no “quality” intellectual production coming from black scholars, writes Simamkele Dlakavu.

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