Stephanie Findlay

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World

Could legalizing the rhino-horn trade save the rhinos?

Ranchers argue their controversial plan to legalize the sale of horns could actually save the species
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Is Julius Malema the new Nelson Mandela?

How a radical leader with a checkered past is winning voters away from the party of Nelson Mandela and inspiring a new kind of politics
Paralympic track star Oscar Pistorius leaves after listening to the closing arguments in his murder trial at the high court in Pretoria
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How Oscar Pistorius might avoid prison

South Africa’s fallen athletic star is guilty of culpable homicide. Stephanie Findlay talked to experts who say he could avoid jail
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Palestine’s most uncommon ally

Equating its apartheid past with Israel, South Africa has emerged as one of Palestine’s most outspoken supporters
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Doping probe spurs Kenya’s long distance runaround

Doping among Kenya’s famous runners is becoming a national crisis with no finish line in sight
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Cashing in on foreign students

Public schools compete for high-paying international students
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Whatever happened to tenure?

The backbone of today’s university is the ill-paid, overworked lecturer
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Odds are picking up

With more women at most schools, young men have never had so many dates
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From e-books to no books

In the juggle of priorities on campus, books are falling off the shelf
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The decline of studying

How university students are spending less time hitting the books while earning better grades than ever