It's evident authorities released the accused before he should've been and once released, lost track of him, writes Mandy Wiener.
The debt alarm being set off by international debt management organisations is exaggerated, says Misheck Mutize.
UCT Graduate School of Business researchers look into their remarkable success and debunk a few common myths about entrepreneurship.
The University of Cape Town announced on Thursday that its academic enterprise programs will be led by a team of four women for the first time in academic history, as of August.
The Mlandu incident perhaps, if read closely, reveals to us whose libidinal economy matters in this country; whose feelings of pain and pleasure matter, writes Mcebo Dlamini.
These type of events show that South Africans can rally around a common ground, says an academic.
The Fees Must Fall movement says it was in no way involved in the disruptions at the University of Cape Town in which five people attempted to disrupt classes at its Upper Campus earlier in the day.
In the high-stakes game of protectionism it is the less-developed countries that are likely to lose, says Professor John Luiz.
The University of Cape Town has announced an 8% tuition fee increase for 2017.
UCT vice chancellor Max Price was punched during a meeting on campus with students, says the university.
The University of Cape Town and the University of the Western Cape have suspended classes.
In the workplace, where we spend the majority of our lives, the questions of happiness and success are often framed as mutually exclusive. But research shows that happiness can be the source of success, says Babar Dharani.
As UCT students and staff try to come to terms with 19-year-old Uyinene Mrwetyana's death, the incident has given rise to anger and fear regarding the safety of females on campus.
The process to boycott Israel has been exclusionary from the very beginning, championing lockstep ideological uniformity at the expense of the diversity it hypocritically endorses, writes Karabo Khakhau.
Chemically speaking, urine is “liquid gold”.
The mind hates being bored, so if you are waiting try keep it busy.
Three UCT students have tried to shut down the university's library and some faculty buildings.
The University of Cape Town convocation AGM has descended into chaos with shouting, interruptions, insults and booing marking the event.
In a statement to The Juice, UCT’s Pat Lucas said "there is no factual basis for any allegation that the University of Cape Town will no longer support ballet as an art form".
An analysis of protesting students' demands and strategies.
The University of Witwatersrand and University of Cape Town are expected to resume academic activities on Tuesday after weeks of protests.
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