Corrupt NSFAS officials steal students’ money and rob young South Africans of their opportunities for a better life

The doctors of the future! Not a single student from 5 universities, including UCT and Wits, passed their surgery exam

Magashule: SA economy is in the hands of the minority and unfortunately, they are white – White monopoly still exists

Anarchy on the rise in SA – Students burn down Satellite police station – and what does the ANC regime do about it, absolutely nothing

Afrikaner Barbarism the order of the day at DUT – 9 students set fire to security officer – Student grievances degenerate into lawlessness

This is African barbarism! Fort Hare university students go on violent rampage, attack motorists, police

Culture of protest and destruction established by ANC regime spills over to tertiary institutions

Angry students disrupt lectures and blockaded the main entrance to the Westville campus by burning furniture and debris over registrations

Unisa examination papers scheduled to be written sold to students, perpetrators who leaked exam papers face up to five years’ suspension

Resentment starting to soar as UFS beckoned to remove the statue of Pres. Steyn from its Bloemfontein campus – To remove a heritage resource just to adapt to a specific group’s subjective opinion cannot erase the past

R20 billion made available for student housing – Johannesburg residential units in city center, taken over by illegal immigrants targeted for recovery and renovation

#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

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