SAs shifting language landscape
Afrikaans and English no longer white languages, read a press release from the SA Institute of Race Relations this week. The analysis of data from the 2011 census indicates that only 40% of South Africans who speak Afrikaans at home are white, while less than 34% of those who speak English at home are white.
Student start-ups on rise - Silicon Cape
University students who start their own companies are on the rise, says Alex Fraser, who is chairwoman of Silicon Cape Initiative, a non-profit organisation that seeks to attract new businesses to the Western Cape.
Rape protest: survivors speak out
RHODES University’s powerful silent protest campaign is helping rape survivors deal with the trauma of being sexually violated.