“We are proud of all the recipients and look forward to their contribution to strengthening the higher education landscape and making a difference in society,” said Vice-Chancellor and Principal Professor Tawana Kupe.
“[Graduating] means a lot to me because a lot of black students don’t reach the finish line. Despite all the barriers, I’ve managed to come out victorious,” said current UP SRC president Thuto Mashile.
The support provided by industrialised/post-industrialised countries is critical for the Global South to undergo a transition that is both environmentally sustainable and economically viable, writes UP's Tyesha Pillay.
Professor Adekeye Adebajo, senior research fellow at the Centre for the Advancement of Scholarship, reflects on the legacy of United States diplomat Madeline Albright following her passing in late March 2022.
The establishment of the African Centre for the Study of the United States-UP as a premier African knowledge-creation hub and think-tank will contribute to bridging the knowledge deficit for Africa in its relations and engagements with the US.
Literacy in SA is a challenge that requires us to acknowledge that matters concerning the education system are complex and require solutions showing an awareness of that, says the UP Dept of Political Sciences’ Yanga Malotana.
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