• Education transformation, assessment and ubuntu in South Africa 

      Beets, P. A. D.; Van Louw, T. (Department of Education Policy Studies : Stellenbosch University, 2005-4)
      INTRODUCTION: Education in South Africa is faced with several challenges in an era of political and social transformation following the first democratic elections in 1994. A plethora of education policies has been developed ...
    • Poverty and the role of business 

      Griffiths, Mary Alida (Stellenbosch : University of Stellenbosch, 2008-03)
      As poverty continues to impact billions of people across the world – to the extent that millions die daily simply because they are too poor to live – there is a pressing ethical question to ask: Who, if anyone, should be ...
    • Poverty, spirits and sommunity : explorations in intercultural philosophy 

      Hofmeyr, Henry Murray (Stellenbosch : University of Stellenbosch, 2009-03)
      The Philosophy of Poverty and the Ethics of Ubuntu The question posed in this article is if and how the ethics of ubuntu could play a role in poverty eradication in a capitalist economic system. I address this question ...
    • Reconceptualizing ubuntu as inclusion in African higher education : towards equalization of voice 

      Shanyanana, Rachel Ndinelao; Waghid, Yusef (Addleton Academic Publishers, 2016)
      Inclusionary higher educational practices have become a topical issue in recent debates on the Africa continent. While the idea of inclusion in communal practices is embodied in the notion of Ubuntu in Africa, a number of ...
    • What is (post)quanlitative research? 

      Le Grange, L. (HESA, 2018)
      The (post)human turn has ushered in new ways of doing inquiry. (Post)humanism is the catalyst for news ways of thinking and doing research under an umbrella term called (post)qualitative research. In this article I discuss ...