The government must not cave to Eskom’s demand that it be exempt from air pollution rules. Furthermore, the power utility needs to stay true to the principles of its own just transition strategy
Individuals have far more power to hold their leaders to account and effect thange than they think
The pandemic is hastening neoliberal universities’ moves towards platform pedagogy, where lecturers become participants in the “just-in-time” gig economy and students become “clients”
Even if most of the time we toe the conventional line there are some circumstances, such as during a so-called pandemic, when we must say, thus far but no further
The United States elections have been complicated by the coronavirus pandemic, mail-in votes and age-old anger.
The government has justified its military force as a measure to consolidate national unity and ensure safety, but at what cost to female citizens?
If we are to succeed, we need to expertly navigate and facilitate collaboration processes
Since the first Venda woman was crowned over the weekend, hateful comments have been spewed like bile on social media
Two parallel discussions are before parliament to address the same issue: the amendment of section 25 of the Constitution to allow for expropriation without compensation and the Expropriation Bill that seeks to repeal the Expropriation Act