Universities aim to produce citizens who can change society themselves, says an academic.
Workers can only hope that justice will trump narrow legal interests, says Terry Bell.
All players should first consider the net result of their actions, says Leopold Scholtz.
Stocks have gyrated but still ended lower after the US reported job growth slowed more than expected in July and the unemployment rate rose.
Share prices on the JSE have been sharply lower, tracking one of the biggest sell-offs in New York in months.
Uncertainty has returned to the JSE on fears that the scenario of low interest rates might soon be a thing of the past.
The JSE has repeated its pattern of the past few weeks, falling victim to profit-taking after the previous day's strong run.
The All-share index on the JSE has traded solidly above the 52 000-point level, as the big market capitalisation shares pushed all the major indices higher.
The shuffling of chairs on the JSE was no surprise as instead of a strong market run, investors have been looking at pockets of value.
A Fin24 user protests what he sees as disregard of the broader impact of increased interest rates on those who cannot yet say "bring it on" with a smile.
The Angry Birds game flew from the mobile screen to the toy store, starred in Hollywood and are now heading back to the digital world.
Is a sign that Cosatu wants to even the scales.
Signals that Neasa should stand their ground.
Can cause job losses.
Shows that labour relations are complicated.
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