Coming across his memoirs of that first, glorious day of freedom is an antidepressant John Davenport would like to keep
Simple equality of opportunity will fail to address the reality of racialised socioeconomic inequalities
Conflicting messages about the pandemic beg us to go the way of philosophers and examine every claim to validity or truth, particularly with regard to evidence.
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
In addition to a rehaul of our hygiene regime, we should use this moment to re-examine the best ways of living
There are just some things that you can never ever prepare for
When the words commonly associated in news stories with the term ‘Covid-19’ include ‘looting’, it’s time to shine a light on the problem
Reporting is blurry but, reading between the lines, it seems more people have died from the disease
When you make a choice, you also choose the consequence. The people of the Western Cape need to start thinking about the possibilities of Cape independence
The coronavirus pandemic provides a timely backdrop for thinking about humans’ destruction of other species
The higher education sector should be the most innovative in a crisis, but the minister failed dismally
If the DBE cannot assure children that their lives will not be compromised, how do you expect effective teaching and learning to happen? Have effective teaching and learning ever triumphed where fear reigned?