Short-term disputes are really symptoms of deeper divisions in the US over who deserves academic opportunity, and how to present the nation’s history.
They’re called ‘pretendians’ – people who long identified as white but are now claiming to be Native American. In the last US Census, the number of Native Americans almost doubled because of them.
The election results raise the real possibility that the ANC could be looking at another defeat in the 2024 general elections.
Elite universities have been giving special preference to children of prior graduates for more than a century. Has the time come for that practice to stop? A sociologist weighs in.
The new governing elite mistakenly believes that the goal of a democratic South Africa is simply to extend to everyone what whites enjoyed under apartheid.
Quota systems provide opportunities for more women to stand for election. But they’re not enough.
New research shows an ambitious state plan to broaden diversity at public universities is missing the mark when it comes to flagship universities.
Professors of color are few and far between at America's business schools. Hidden obstacles in the search process help explain why.
Leon mulls over the Democratic Alliance’s biggest challenge: ‘how to maintain its majority support among minorities, and increase its meagre voter share among the black majority’.
Women MPs point to a toxic environment in which a politics of insults, ridicule and rumour work against having more women in political offices.
How will the rejection of a 2020 ballot initiative affect student demographics at California’s colleges and universities?
Each black person and woman may be an individual but, because they are black and women, they face obstacles which whites and men don’t.
His appearance on behalf of the families of mine workers shot by the police at the Marikana Commission of Inquiry was just one of his efforts to seek justice for the poor and marginalised.
The value of women to political tickets in Ghana is being recognised as more women are contesting elections at various levels.
The bushfire royal commission will look at incorporating Aboriginal knowledge into mainstream fire management. But in practice, what does that mean?
A new set of postage stamps pays tribute to the male voices of Australian sports commentary - but there have long been female sports broadcasters and their voices are getting louder.
There is no moral equivalence between apartheid’s use of race categories and their continued use by the democratic government.
The white liberal establishment, both inside and outside the Democratic Alliance, holds on to its race-blindness by distorting the South African idea of “non-racialism”.
Women face a number of socio-economic challenges that make it harder for them to access higher education.
All signs point to the Democratic Alliance being in deep turmoil which will affect its strength as South Africa’s official opposition.