Pupils who aren't exposed to different perspectives won't be equipped to participate in and contribute to a democratic society.
A study shows that some Cape Town gangsters choose to stand alone, preferring their independence to taking orders from a gang boss.
Even after becoming an 'ex', former gang members must still negotiate gang associations and activities in the communities they remain in.
Cuban doctors have specific expertise in dealing with diseases like malaria which remains a major problem in Kenya.
Learners benefit from being exposed to multiple and unfamiliar teacher identities.
South Africa has tended to prioritise race relations over gender relations since formal apartheid ended.
Afrikaners in post-apartheid South Africa struggle with a historical sense of inferiority that reinforces their whiteness.
There is very little clarity as to who owns what land in South Africa. A lack of reliable data and statistics doesn't help.
Students experience intense feelings of discomfort, confusion and even embarrassment at being classified as “different” and an “anomaly” alongside the norm of white academic success.
People with albinism tend to identify with the black rather than the white community. Their physical differences, though, mean they don't fit into either race group.
Democracy in South Africa is meaningless if it doesn't improve the lives of the people. To do this, the governing ANC must be led by conscientious, competent and interested leaders.
South African struggle stalwart Ahmed Kathrada believed in non-racialism to his core, even as others around him began to argue for an Africanist approach.
A pioneering documentary about South African punks, Fokofpolisiekar, doesn't only focus on the band, but also illuminates the evolution of the documentary form.