Dr. Tshepo Mvulane Moloi

Open Letter - The Wicked Times in Education

In a more contemporary study by Sandra Sanyagitha Sooklal, it is stated that the origins of "The history of technical and vocational education in South Africa are bound up with the early development of the South African economy and the discovery of diamonds and gold in the 19th Century" (Sooklal; 2005:19).

An Ode to Mbulelo Vizikhungo Mzamane (1948-2014)

It is a matter of public record, that by then, you had already penned your first classic Mzala: The Stories of Mbulelo Mzamane (1980). It did not escape some of us, that the latter was published with the anti-Apartheid publisher Ravan Press.

Tebello “Tibz” Motsoane (1982-2023): In Memoriam

My proposed effort to herein eulogize Tibz will be limited, to his lifelong association with SHC, which was partially attempted at his memorial service on Thursday 16th February 2023, hosted at SHC’s hall and chapel whence both AKA and Tibz’s family’s and dear friends were in attendance.

Post #FeesMustFall Musings

This open letter serves as a reflection on the enduring impact of colonial bonds that have haunted education in South Africa's colony.

Johannesburg Festival of Women Writers

"Those who do not read must not lead, lest they mislead us into temptation and deliver us to Satan." This festival will serve as part of Prof. Marwala's legacy at UJ, and he leaves on a high note.

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