Human Factor Media Kit

If you have access to this page we have delivered to you a printed copy of our new publication, the Human Factor.

You should have received it with a press release which explains what the publication is about and what it aimed to achieve in its first issue.

We hope you agree that the issue and the messages shared in the Human Factor are important to create change in South Africa. We would love for the articles to be shared widely and for the content to be discussed on public platforms. To that end, we provide access to the articles in pdf format below to be republished in your publications and on your digital platforms. Please let us know if you would like a copy in Microsoft Word.

If you would like to publish one of the articles, please let us know by writing to Corné Kritzinger at corne@dgmt.co.za.  We can also give you access to many of the images in the publication to use with your article. Please also contact Corné to arrange for radio interviews on the issues discussed in the Human Factor.

These articles are the intellectual property of DGMT, please do not publish it without notifying us first.  Read more about DGMT on our website. 

View the individual articles in PDF format below.

The noble profession…

  1. Being a teacher has always been my dream
  2. Welcome to my classroom
  3. Taking responsibility
  4. Too soon to despair

A tale of two Schools – LM Malgas
A tale of two Schools – Gwebityala

Standing strong in winds of change


Note that the final article “Finding heroes and hope in South Africa’s Education system” by David Harrison has already been published by the Sunday Independent on 27 January 2019.  You can, however, request it from us and publish it if you mention that it was first published by the Sunday Independent.

Note that the final article “A Tale of Two Schools: Tears, fears and some light in the darkness” by Ziyanda Zweni has already been published by The Daily Maverick on 07 February 2019.  You can, however, request it from us and publish it if you mention that it was first published by The Daily Maverick.