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19 Nov 2021 | State of South Africa's Fathers 2021

This is the second issue of an evolving report, planned for publication every three years. It can be used in the development of policy and legislation...

19 Jul 2021 | Unrest an attempt to subvert South Africa's democracy: giving in is not an option

The mayhem of the last few days is a reminder of the danger that South Africa continues to live with, as well as an indication of the disfigurement of...

16 Jul 2021 | Anarchy is being used to subvert South Africa's democracy

The mayhem of the last few days is a reminder of the danger that South Africa continues to live with, as well as an indication of the disfigurement of...

16 Jul 2021 | Unrest is being used to subvert South Africa’s democracy: giving in is not an option

The mayhem of the last few days is a reminder of the danger that South Africa continues to live with, as well as an indication of the disfigurement of...

10 May 2021 | Academentia: Our universities are being strangled by managerial bureaucracy - we must return to the academy

My vision for the university is where faculties again become self-governing and self-propelled, where quality is valued over quantity, and where stude...

7 Sep 2020 | Book shines light on Dennis Brutus, one of South Africa's most underrated poets

Fortunately for the rest of us South Africans, the apartheid police state often shot itself in the foot. On the one hand, after a horrifying expos&eac...

26 Apr 2018 | Inclusive Development in Africa: Transformation of Global Relations

This book addresses a fundamental developmental challenge for Africa: given all that we know about pertinent issues, what should be done to ensure eff...

30 Jul 2015 | Interrogating the effects of norms and narratives in everyday life

Christopher Colvin, a contributor to Ethical Quandaries in Social Research edited by Deborah Posel and Fiona C Ross, recently participated in a Indexi...

9 Jun 2015 | SAJS describes Drinking with Ghosts as a powerful work

Drinking with Ghosts: The Aftermath of Apartheid’s Dirty War is a powerful work dealing with South Africa’s violent political struggles, i...

15 May 2015 | Recent HSRC Press titles include seminal works

Recent publications from HSRC Press up to March 2015 include the very seminal Congress Movement (in three volumes), Ethical Quandaries in Research, Ro...