A new law could soon see South Africans jailed for lying on their CV, well I see less Politicians in the Parliament

#BlackPrivilege: Through their destructive strikes, students have managed to get the ANC regime to write off debt worth millions of Rands – 50,000 votes are probably not to be wasted with the upcoming election?

Angry students at Limpopo University temporarily suspended academic activities – Students now demand a campus campus bar so they can imbibe in a safe environment

#BlackPrivilege: Violent protest led by EFF students reeks havoc at UKZN campus after demands was not met – serious damage to property was caused by acts of arson and vandalism

The BIG DEBATE now is whether getting a degree in SA is actually ‘worth it’

South Africa needs more people like Eckard Binding- Businessman from Pretoria donates scholarship to student who picked up EFF-trash during protest action at university

TUT’s nine campuses across the country are still closed due to violent protests by black disadvantaged students who apparently cannot study on empty stomachs

#BlackPrivilege: Disorderly students closed down university, accommodation and food grants are claimed as part of free education – free lodging and food are top priority – studies are secondary

#BlackPrivilege, university students do not really want to learn, but rather create unrest and make campuses ungovernable – Walter Sisulu University campus closed after chaos broke out

Biggest technical training university in SA is on the verge of collapse due to chaos and corruption

Not All Are Born Equal – 21 Year Old Irish Student Questions Establishment Thinking On Race and IQ, Like Students Should Do, Gets Unequal Treatment From Egalitarian Elites

Discrimination against whites continues – FeesMustFall activist’s public violence is left “unpunished” while Vicky Momberg, who used the “k-word”, is sentenced to two years in prison

‘You will regret it in 30 years time’: Tito Mboweni on scrapping Afrikaans at UP

NSFAS-grants stand risk to be abused by students after it came public that allowances will now be paid directly into students accounts instead of using third parties

Tuks phasing out Afrikaans as medium of instruction and will from now only use English as the primary language of communication and administration