I wouldn’t give up hope I am a Stellenbosch Alumni and was a student between 2011 and 2014 and during that time I studied first year philosophy and then did my full degree in social sciences which provided the […]See more
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As another interesting view on this topic I submit this lovely rant by the legendary George Carlin (slightly modified)…
Everybody complains about politicians.
Everybody says they suck.
Well, where do […]
Open letter to Stellenbosch University management, marking the start of the Global Divestment Mobilisation
Fossil Free Stellenbosch is an activist group on campus at Stellenbosch University. We campaign around climate change and its impacts on multiple fronts: human health; human rights; economic performance; poverty; […]See more
I frequently hear family members and friends refer to politics as a mess and to politicians from across the board as morons, opportunists and pathological liars. I would ask them what we are to do about it and […]See more
After listening to your speech earlier this year, it was hard not to be left inspired as a young South African man of colour. I can only hope that the future leaders of our country will embrace the true and pure […]See more
You know, for the longest of times (up until now actually), I thought I was the only one who propagated that term, “Nigerian-South African” … (Man, that would make a great opening line for an article. Do watch […]See more
I look forward to the conclusion of my second year at Stellenbosch University (SU). The institution that lifts its legs and places them squarely on the back of black pain, pressing down with the boots of their […]See more
Just a question- is the cover charge still applicable to all? Or has it been officially changed to only a fee for men on entry? Because, in my past +-8 months here, I have never once been asked to pay an entry fee […]See more
“various current affairs arising in Universities around South Africa” dont you mean black people protesting against an unjust system?
…”increase the likelihood of avoiding conflict and sharing somewhat of a […]See more