Articles By: Munachi Deca-Anyanwu

Free education will benefit white/rich South Africans and further impoverish the poor

Before you take a #position understand my position. My position stems from an article by Nic Spaull in Sunday Times October 16,2016, page 20. In it, Spaull argues that a total abandonment of fees would be financially reckless and would rather subsidize the rich. This is because 47% of white matriculants go to university compared to 17% blacks (a less […]

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Is your brother, son/brother in law, boy friend in South Africa, what does he really do?

There are lots of Nigerians in South Africa. You visit hospitals and meet Nigerian doctors and nurses, you go to high schools, primary and universities and see lots of Nigerians both in academia and in the lower rung of the Education circle all doing great to add their own expertise to the economy. There are those in business, one once […]

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Book review: Master Harold and the boys written by Athol Fugard

Book review: Master Harold and the boys written by Athol Fugard

BOOK REVIEW (specifically on lessons the protagonist could have learnt which he didn’t learn) GENRE: PLAY Title: MASTER HAROLD AND THE BOYS Author: ATHOL FUGARD    Reviewer: Anele Naniso   Master Harold and the boys is a play written by Athol Fugard. This drama is about two black men (Sam and Willie) working at Jubilee and ST George’s Tearoom with […]

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IS A NIGERIAN DEGREE WORTH THE PAPER IT IS WRITTEN ON? BY MUNACHI DECA-ANYANWU

IS A NIGERIAN DEGREE WORTH THE PAPER IT IS WRITTEN ON? BY MUNACHI DECA-ANYANWU

These days it has become difficult proudly proclaiming you are Nigerian. And it is no fault of those who treat us and what we have come to represent with disdain because we do it well enough ourselves. I was shocked when I was told in South Africa that I cannot proceed to Masters after a Post graduate certificate in Education […]

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