Articles Related To South Africa’s Transformation Process
  1. Makgoba, M.W., (1992). “Research initiatives and the Black Population: A personal Analysis”. IIBR African Peoples Discourses. F. Nzegwu. (Ed.) p 3-5.
  2. Makgoba, M.W., (1994). “Primary Health Care vs. Curative Medicine: A challenge for a Free South Africa”. African Peoples Review III. p11-12.
  3. Makgoba, M.W., (1994). “Africa's Big Challenge: A world view on Education”. Times Higher Education Supplement, 13 May. p 16.
  4. Mandela, M., Makgoba, M.W., (1995). “Models and Mentors: In tertiary education.” THES, 24 February. p xii.
  5. Amuah, I., Makgoba, M.W., (1995). “Ghost of the past haunts the present: A national assessment of science in South Africa”. THES, 24 February. p vi.
  6. Makgoba, M.W., (1995). “Universities standing at the crossroads: A Vision of Tertiary education”. Mail & Guardian. June 2.
  7. Amuah, I., Makgoba, M.W., (1995). “Transforming Science and Technology”. Indicator: South Africa. 12: 69-73.
  8. Makgoba, M.W., (1995). “Enhance African culture”. The Sowetan, July 14.
  9. Makgoba, M.W., (1995). “Wits moves onto a new track”. The Star, June 2.
  10. Makgoba, M.W., (1995). “Wits should capture the essence of Africa”. The Star, June 5.
  11. Makgoba, M.W., (1995). “All we ask for is simplicity within complexity”. The Star, July 18.
  12. Makgoba, M.W., (1995). “Democracy and DNA share the same genes”. The Star, July 19.
  13. Makgoba, M.W., (1995). Our Social Laws should be informed by Science. The Star, July 20.
  14. Makgoba, M.W., (1995). “Africa must shed Euro-ethos”. The Star, August 14.
  15. Makgoba. M.W., (1995). “Primary Health Care versus Curative Medicine: Let's not split Health”. The Star, July 24.
  16. Makgoba, M.W., (1995). “Institutional Change in the Face of Political Change”. Wits Memo, WITS University.
  17. Makgoba, M.W., (1996). “University Leaders way out of touch”. Higher Education Review, April 28.
  18. Makgoba, M.W., 1996. Diversity is Vital to University Education. Higher Education Review, May 6.
  19. Makgoba, M.W., (1996). “University Autonomy survives”. Higher Education Review, May 20.
  20. Makgoba, M.W., (1996). “Academic Standards: A myth or a reality”. Higher Education Review, June 1.
  21. Makgoba, M.W., (1996). “Universities: Africanise or Perish”. Frontiers of Freedom. Issue 9: 17-18.
  22. Makgoba, M.W., (1996). “In search of an ideal democratic model for South Africa”. The Sunday Times, October 27. This article elicited a record response in the Sunday Times and was Selected for inclusion in Watchdogs or Hypocrites: The Amazing Debates on Liberals & Liberalism (1997), A Friedrich-Naumann-Stiftung Publication,  197-201.
  23. Makgoba, M.W., (1996). “South African Universities in Transformation: An Opportunity to Africanise Education”. Perspectives in Education. 17: 175-186.
  24. Makgoba, M.W., (1996). “The Africanisation Debate: Makgoba/Sono”. Politeia. 2: 114-118.
  25. Makgoba, M.W., (1996). “Free Press: Perception and reality”. New Nation, November 22.27. Makgoba, M.W., (1996). “Transforming Transformation Forums”. Higher Education Review, 20 June.
  26. Makgoba, M.W., (1996). “Defining destinies”. The Daily News (KwaZulu-Natal), 15 March.
  27. Makgoba, M.W., (1997). “Redefining the role of the University in Africa”. Tribute Magazine, April, 64-66.
  28. Makgoba, M.W., (1997). “Taking History with us”. Tribute Magazine, June, 56-58.
  29. Makgoba, M.W., (1997). “Inarticulate Media can become eloquent voice”. City Press, 19 October.
  30. Makgoba, M.W., (1997). “White Hegemony in the Media”. A Cover Story in Southern African Political & Economic Monthly (SAPEM), November 4-7.
  31. Makgoba, M.W., (1997). “Academics and Intellectuals should visit the TRC”. The Star, 21 November, Sowetan, 14 & 15 November.
  32. Makgoba, M.W., (1997). “The Lack of Psychiatric and Forensic Analysis at the TRC is Troubling”. City Press, 8 December.
  33. Makgoba, M.W., (1997). “Investigate and Reform the Racist media”. The Sunday Independent,. 14 September.
  34. Makgoba, M.W., (1997). Mandela, M., Maphai, V., Mokate, L., Pityana, B., (1997). “Does a great African intellectual have to die first to be believed in his country of birth as a person of integrity?” The Star, 25 August, Sowetan, 25 August.
  35. Makgoba, M.W., (1997). “White Opposition Parties must Africanise or face extinction”. Mail & Guardian, December 23.
  36. Makgoba, M.W., (1998). “The nation must face Matric failures honestly”. The Mercury, January 19.
  37. Makgoba, M.W., (1998). “Only discipline will yield success”. The Star, January 19.
  38. Makgoba, M.W., (1998). “Blacks must bite the hand that feeds them for Affirmative Action to work”. The Sunday Independent, January 25.
  39. Makgoba, M.W., (1988). “Whites cynically control Africans in the guise of Affirmative Action”. City Press, January 25.
  40. Makgoba, M.W., (1998). “Higher Education: The Harsh Reality”. The Sunday Tribune, 15 February.
  41. Makgoba, M.W., (1998). Buthelezi should learn to act on the National stage. Sunday Times, 1 February.
  42. Makgoba, M.W., (1998). “Government rationalisation: Making the gravy more juicy”. Mail & Guardian, February 23.
  43. Makgoba, M.W., (1998). “A Basis for the African Renaissance.” Enterprise Magazine, April p 85-86.
  44. Makgoba, M.W., (1998). “Our reality, Whiteman, is Black”. Leadership Magazine, Vol.17: 38-41.
  45. Makgoba, M.W., (1998). “The Realm of the New Racism”. The Independent on Saturday, 9 May.
  46. Makgoba, M.W., (1998). “Strategies of the new Racists”. The Mail & Guardian, 15 May.
  47. Makgoba, M.W., (1988). “A Question of distinction: human cloning research. Perspective”. Tribute Magazine, June, p 53-54.
  48. Makgoba, M.W., (2000). “Politics, Science and the Media: the HIV/AIDS controversy.” The Financial Mail, 22 April
  49. Makgoba, M.W., (2000). “Ethics of AIDS research in a developing country—balancing power in disguise”. MRC News 31:17-19.
  50. Makgoba, M.W., (2003). “An African Vision for Mergers- Blueprint for Africanisation of Higher Education” Mail & Guardian, May 2.
  51. Makgoba, M.W., (2002)). An African University—meaning, penalties and responsibilities. Natal University Inaugural Address 28th October.
  52. Makgoba, M.W., (2003). “Mixed signals on AIDS is eroding Confidence.” The Sunday Independent 25th May.
  53. Makgoba, M.W., (2003). Foreword. Achiever Magazine, Issue 7, November.
  54. Makgoba, M.W., (2003). “Why African Leaders Succeed”. Business in Africa Magazine, October.
  55. Makgoba, M.W., (2003). “Africa is Brimming with first-class leaders”. The Sunday Times, 7th September.
  56. Makgoba, M.W., (2003). “Criticism of national leaders who jet around the world simply won’t fly”. The Sunday Times, 16th November.
  57. Makgoba, M.W., (2004). “The dawn of a new institution”. Daily News, 14th March.
  58. Makgoba, M.W., (2004). “Praising an Inkosi called Luthuli”. City Press 14th March.
  59. Makgoba, M.W., (2004). “Voters have put the nail in the coffin of opposition politics”. The Sunday Times, 14th April.
  60. Makgoba, M.W., (2004). “From Dead weight to the African University”. South Africa at ten: A nation under construction. In This Day, 7th June.
  61. Makgoba, M.W., (2004). “Making a real Difference in people’s lives”. The Mercury 7th June.
  62. Makgoba, M.W., (2004). “A doubly special day in Kwa-Zulu-Natal”. The Mercury 21st June.
  63. Makgoba, M.W., (2004). “Giving HIV-Positive students a future”. The Mercury, 05th July.
  64. Makgoba, M.W., (2004). “Challenging past imbalances”. The Mercury 19th July.
  65. Makgoba, M.W., (2004). “Producing Knowledge which is relevant”. The Mercury, 16th August.
  66. Makgoba, M.W., (2005). The wrath of dethroned White males. Mail & Guardian 25th March.
  67. Makgoba, M.W., (2005). The African University: Meaning, Penalties and Responsibilities. Installation address UKZN 30th September.
  68. Makgoba, M.W., (2008). “A better way to cut up the pie”. University World News. 14th  September. This article  also appeared in the Sunday Times.
  69. Makgoba, M.W., (2008). “Reflections on the University of KwaZulu-Natal Merger”. Engage Issue 16 p 1-4.
  70. Makgoba, M.W., (2011). “Change is never easy”. Mail & Guardian 17th February.
  71. Makgoba, M., (2011). " South Africa: Universities must build a winning Nation" University World News, 4th  December. 

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