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24 May 2017
                       
 
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23 Jan 2017
 
 
DBE: Angie Motshekga: Address by Minister of Basic Education, at the Basic Education Sector Lekgotla, Saint George Hotel, Pretoria (23/01/2017)
Basic Education
Programme Director, this year our country celebrates a centenary of the Struggle icon, Mr. Oliver Reginald Tambo.
 
 
07 Oct 2016
 
SACP: Blade Nzimande: Address by SACP General Secretary, at the World Trade Union Congress, Durban (07/10/2016)
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Dear comrades, allow me, first and foremost, to thank you for this opportunity, and to convey revolutionary greetings from the South African Communist Party (SACP).
 
 
30 Jun 2016
 
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01 Jun 2016
 
SA: Jeff Radebe: Address by Minister in The Presidency for Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation, on the occasion of the launch of June Month 2016, Hector Pieterson Memorial Museum, Soweto, Johannesburg (01/06/2016)
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It is with a great sense of honour and privileged to be here today, in this beautiful part of Soweto, on a month that we honour those who sacrificed their lives for the freedom and democracy that...
 
 
16 May 2016
 
The myth of white purity and narratives that fed racism in South Africa
THE CONVERSATION
In this extract from her book “The End of Whiteness: Satanism and Family Murder in Late Apartheid South Africa”, Nicky Falkof explores how ideas about disease, risk and danger that the apartheid...
 
 
04 May 2016
 
DAC: Nathi Mthethwa: Address by Minister of Arts and Culture, at the launch of the Africa Month programme, Maropeng, Sterkfontein (03/05/2016)
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We meet here today on what is and surely must be described as a historical occasion – at the opening of the two day seminar that commences today, commemorating the 10th anniversary of the African...
 
 
16 Mar 2016
 
Education can't be for ‘the public good’ if universities ignore rural life
THE CONVERSATION
Education can and should change people’s lives. Education systems ought to operate with the public good in mind. But for many South Africans, this is not the case. I would suggest that part of the...
 
 
14 Mar 2016
 
SA: Zwelinzima Vavi: Address by forrmer COSATU SG, at Mbuyiselo Ngwenda's memorial lecture, Eastern Cape (11/03/2016)
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Comrade Mbuyi was a worker, but also a workers’ leader, shop steward, political activist, fighter for social justice, true revolutionary, educator, political commissar and agitator for fundamental...
 
 
19 Nov 2015
 
Student protests in South Africa have pitted reform against revolution
THE CONVERSATION
For more than two decades, any dialogue about change and decolonisation at South Africa’s universities has been smothered. Conservative institutional practices have remained entrenched. It is...
 
 
18 Nov 2015
 
After protests, it can't be business as usual at South Africa's universities
THE CONVERSATION
South Africa’s higher education ministry issued a “call to action” in October 2015 for real change in the sector. It wants universities to become more democratic spaces whose staff and student...
 
 
15 Sep 2015
 
SA: Nathi Mthethwa: Address by Minister of Arts and Culture, at the launch of the Natioanal Heritage Monument, Groenkloof Nature Plaza, Pretoria (15/09/2015)
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We are gathered here to witness yet another milestone in our journey towards the redefinition of our national heritage. The establishment of the National Heritage Monument is part of the government...
 
 
04 Sep 2015
 
Why Biko's Black Consciousness philosophy resonates with youth today
THE CONVERSATION
Peter Gabriel’s song characterising the influence of Steve Biko is as apt today as it was in the 1980s: You can blow out a candle but you can’t blow out a fire. Once the flames begin to catch...
 
 
22 Jul 2015
 
Why what Sankara had to say about sovereignty still resonates
THE CONVERSATION
The unfolding crisis in Greece has highlighted the extent to which we have bought into the idea that there is no alternative to the increasing subordination of society to capital. The democratic...
 
 
11 Jun 2015
 
SA: Zwelinzima Vavi: Address by expelled general secretary, at Daily Maverick Gathering, Vodaworld (11/06/2015)
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The ANC-led, democratically elected government has delivered historic improvements to the lives of millions of people, particularly in the provision of basic services like electrification, water...
 
 
 
                       
 
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