Rape culture in South African schools: where it comes from and how to change it

By Deevia Bhana, University of KwaZulu-Natal In August 2021, a six-year-old grade one learner in South Africa was raped, allegedly by a general worker in her school’s toilet. Public shock … Read More

Children with hearing problems: why acting early can make all the difference

By Katijah Khoza-Shangase, University of the Witwatersrand Early hearing detection and intervention is the gold standard for any practising audiologist and families of infants and children with hearing impairment. The … Read More

How Nigerian banks empower women through corporate social responsibility

By Emmanuel Mogaji, University of Greenwich Businesses are part of societies and successful businesses can create an environment that benefits their customers, employees, communities and shareholders. They do this through … Read More