Jonathan Jansen, the former vice-chancellor of the University of the Free State in South Africa likes to project himself as
The political theorist Achille Mbembe, from the University of the Witswatersrand in Johannesburg, describes South Africa
The struggle against the ongoing marginalization of students and the exploitation of workers at one of South Africa’s historically black universities.
While the fight for the 0% fee increase commanded an amazing breadth of support, the subsequent,
Africa is a Radio show for October 2015. Sean and Elliot are on a break from
No victory was achieved for the #Feesmustfall campaign last Friday. Let’s be clear about that. No fees have
2015 has been the year for student activism in South Africa. These spaces have been reignited
The 11-minute film lets mostly women students from Rhodes University, articulate for themselves what is going on in this moment
The fearlessness with which South African students confront their society's contradictions, facing head-on violence reminiscent of a bygone era, is sparking the idea that much more than fees may fall.
Waves of still ongoing protests (it has morphed from #FeesMustFall to #NationalShutdown) have brought to a halt