In his latest piece, Lorenzo Fioramonti, GovInn director, provides further insight into the recent student movements that have taken place at universities across the country over the past year, highlighting the structural challenges that continue to underlie many of these institutions. “THE student protests mushrooming across SA in recent weeks Continue Reading
Students fought back against proposed tuition hikes – and won. The university students have been furious, as their cry “Fees must fall!” rang out on campuses and sites of political power across this society. An historic victory over South African neoliberalism was just won through the most intense three-week burst of activist Continue Reading
heir rebellion reverberated across the world to become the symbol of the struggle for freedom in our country. Yet, almost 40 years later, our education system remains exclusionary and fragmented,” writes Lorenzo Fioramonti in his latest column for Business Day. “Our national debate on education tacitly assumes that SA is Continue Reading
Mary-Jane Morifi addresses graduates at the Faculty of Commerce graduation ceremony on 20 December 2014.