#FeesMustFall and the #NationalShutDown: Reflections on a social media feed

Many an impassioned and thought-provoking piece has been written about the recent #FeesMustFall social uprising. This week I wanted to share with you a selection of posts about the recent #FeesMustFall protests taken from my social media feed, as well as some of my thoughts around this complex and layered issue. Students and the youth of countries, including Apartheid South … Continue reading #FeesMustFall and the #NationalShutDown: Reflections on a social media feed

LUISTER asks South Africans to broaden their discussion on racial exclusion

As a therapist, I am most interested in understanding the cause and effect (both negative and positive) of people’s ways of coping. While everyone copes (or defends) in the best way they know how, these ways of coping are not necessarily the best ways available. It is fair to say that underlying any form of … Continue reading LUISTER asks South Africans to broaden their discussion on racial exclusion