Opinion

OPINION | Eskom crisis is treasure trove for teachers

When famous business schools around the world stumble across a major corporate failure or success, they quickly hire ...

Opinion

OPINION | Answering the critics

This response to my critical review of UNISA published in The Times and Daily Dispatch is both a political and ...

Opinion

OPINION | Attitudes about black teachers are shameful

“We can’t find good black teachers.” I have heard that lament so often among middle-class schools – White, Indian and ...

Opinion

OPINION | Better education will expose charlatans

Not since Jesus raised Lazarus from the dead have South Africans been so intrigued by the resurrection of a man at the ...

News

OPINION | What must be done for Unisa to rise again?

Is Unisa too big to fail? The tragic stories about this once great institution are endless. Nobody picks up the phone ...

News

OPINION | Rebuilding of education in citizens’ hands

Six black students slowly approached a memorial of flowers set down against the fence of Die Hoërskool Driehoek in ...

Opinion

OPINION | Education’s in crisis from Wits to Driehoek, but Sona will ignore it

The system's crumbling, but you can bet Cyril will just bang on about matric results

Opinion

OPINION | Change needed on how we view each other

Long before 18th century Swedish naturalist Carolus Linnaeus grouped organisms in a hierarchical system of ...

Opinion

OPINION | Deep down, we are all like the Schweizer-Reneke teacher

Far too many of us sort out humans into groups based on race, religion and culture

Opinion

Opinion | Minister of education must get basics right

On Tuesday this week I completed site visits to 25 of SA’s elite primary schools. My research team is interested in ...

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