Article of the Day: Narcissism and Triangulation in Psychology and GeoPolitics

“… there is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so.”–William Shakespeare Lately, in the world of intelligence and geopolitics, there is much talk about triangulation, what used to go by the name of Finlandization, now considered an obscene word in the world of diplomacy. “Velvet occupation” seems to be preferred. In any 

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I Have to Turn Kids Away, Psychologist Says as Industry ‘Crisis’ Deepens

Cape Town – Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi must urgently intervene in the funding crisis currently engulfing the field of educational psychology, the Educational Psychology Association of SA (Epassa) has said. Epassa wrote to Motsoaledi this month to say it has become “disillusioned” with the attitude of both the Council for Medical Schemes (CMS) and the 

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Rhodes University Dispels Retrenchment Report

JOHANNESBURG – Rhodes University on Friday moved to dispel any suggestions that it was about to retrench staff owing to its financial difficulties – this after an earlier report based on an internal memorandum speculated on the possibility of job loses. The internal memo from the institution to staff members issued on Wednesday said the 

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Bridging the Education Gap to Fulfil Basic Human Rights

Education is a fundamental human right and the foundation upon which other rights are built on. Without education, an individual cannot realise their full potential. Basic education is one of the focus areas identified by the South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) in order to fulfill its mandate of promoting, protecting and monitoring the realisation 

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