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  •   What is interesting about the protests on both the University of Cape Town and Rhodes University campuses is that while the issues as these students see them are being put forward in no uncertain terms and with
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  • The tainted legacy of apartheid’s former President FW de Klerk has been up for discussion again in the light of the city of Cape Town’s decision to honour him by re-naming Table Bay Boulevard after him. There is
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  • Just over one month ago, on the 21st February, on a very windy, cold and rainy day, young people from across Grahamstown walked for awareness. The President's Award Walkathon, which took place at the Rhodes University athletics track
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  • A recent report from the Eldemen Trust barometer which measures the level of trust citizens have for different institutions, rated South Africans at a mere 17% in terms of trust for the South African Government compared to a
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  • How do you see South African youth? Independent as it might be, the research conducted for the Eastern Cape Communication Forum (ECCF) at the end of 2014 is a distant cousin of the Baseline study of youth identity,
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  • Jacob G Zuma   Individual politicians have taken centre stage of the political landscape by claiming their stake of the pie and abandoning the political project of serving a society with a broken history. One doesn't need to go
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  • Kira Erwin If you have written a methodology chapter or are in the process of writing one for your thesis, you may agree that the writing up of research methods can be downright boring. This is not the
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  • I began watching the State of the Nation Address (SONA) on Thursday evening, 12th February, with my 7 year old son and my husband. It was a family affair, an opportunity to show a young person some of
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  • Hello 2015!

    By The Editor
    All fired up and raring to go! the Media and Citizenship research project has acquired new members, has an association with another degree and has more funders. The project is also planning a colloquium and book in association
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