Mlungisi’s uncle plea for justice

Durban University of Technology students came in their number to bid farewell to Mlungisi Madonsela in a memorial service held at Riston Hall.   Madonsela died in City Hospital after being shot during an altercation between securities and protesting students. Madonsela’s death came as students were protesting over National Students Financial Aid Scheme, housing and registration…..

Cars and dustbins set alight as students protest

Students across the universities in KwaZulu-Natal staged protests and among the list of their grievances is the National Students Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS), conducive residents and registrations. Student Representative Council headed by the Economic Freedom Fighters Students Command (EFFSC) submitted their memorandum to the office of Vice-Chancellor. The fight for “all students must be registered’’ turned…..

[PODCAST] Xhamela twins on LWTG with Minnie

  Masters students and twin brothers in the College of Humanities, Luthando and Thando Adam, have opened the Xhamela Kitchen restaurant on the Howard College campus. The twins serve up tasty and affordable African traditional cuisine such as ujeqe (steamed bread) and beans, inhloko (cow’s head) and uphutu (mealie-meal), usu (tripe) and chicken feet.                    …..

Register to vote. Your X is your say!

Voter registration: Your questions answered!   Why should I vote? Voting is how you help decide the future of our country – and it is your commitment to our. Constitutional values and principles. You have the power to determine the future of our country! What happens if I don’t vote? Other people get to decide your…..

Sports Updates: PSL, CAF Confed, CAF Championship League

Bidvest Wits missed a chance of moving 5 points clear of Orlando Pirates after playing six-goal thriller with Polakwane City at the Old Peter Mokaba stadium on Sunday. The match got off a lively start, however the fist goal was scored on 24 minutes following Polokwane’s Jabu Maluleka free-kick that was flicked by Bongile Booi. The…..

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TRAINING & BURSARIES

You probably want to study this year and you have financial issues, don’t worry because South African universities got your back with the variety of scholarships. Besides the National Student Financial Aid Scheme, there is a number of bursaries that students can apply for funding from. Below is an information about some of scholarships for South…..

[Sports] Arrow’s struggle for top 8 continues

  Stve Kompela’s side, Golden Arrows shared the spoils with Bloemfountain Celtic after after playing 1-1 draw in a Absa Premiershhip match at Dr Molemela Stadium on Sunday.   In the first half of the game the visitors had the game in their hand but they could not salvage chances of goals they received.   After…..

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Social Development on removal of the Adoption Fee Clause

The nationanal Department of Social Development has taken a decision of removing the Adoption Fee Clause. Department of social development spokesperson Lumka Oliphant said there are 23 civil society organisations that form part of the National Child Care and Protection Forum (NCCPF) – including the National Adoption Coalition of South Africa. “This is supported by Section…..

[AbsaPrem] Kaizer Chiefs trashed Wits by 2-0

Kaizer Chiefs has managed to get their Absa Premiership campaign back on track following their victory against Bidvest Wits at Bidvest Stadium on Wednesday.   Amakhosi came to the game looking to restore their dignity after being beaten by Mamelodi Sundowns by 2-1 last Saturday.   Chiefs was tipped by both Sundowns and Orlando Pirates fans…..

World’s richest man Bezos and wife to divorce

Jeff Bezos, 54, and his 48-year-old wife MacKenzie, will divorce after 25 years of marriage, the couple announced on Wednesday morning. They did not provide a reason for their separation. However, it is alleged that he cheated with his wife’s friend “We have decided to divorce and continue our shared lives as friends,” they said in…..