Nqobile Natasha Maseko says she sees a semicolon as a signal that her story is not over; it has just paused for the moment.
Impoverished students suffer the consequences when the National Student Financial Aid Scheme fails to pay universities, which then withhold academic records.
MM Platinum becomes the second team from Gauteng to gain automatic promotion to GladAfrica Championship after JDR Stars.
Lusanda Xakwana excelled in Poland. The temperatures were chilly and yet he persevered until he could not endure being homesick.
The young doctor and lecturer, in the politics department of the University of Johannesburg, hopes to shape the minds of his students.
A graduate from TUT – who survived gender-based violence – has pulled herself out of the unemployment pandemic through a kota shop.
“We have many jobs available … people need to know what it is that the market wants today,” said CEO of FP&M SETA during a youth day event.
The gains of the 1976 youth are well recorded, hence #June16. But how will today’s youth – who watch their future being stolen in broad daylight – be remembered?
The uprisings of 1976 and the Fees Must Fall protests of 2015, almost 40 years later, were important turns in the continuing fight for the true emancipation of a majority of South Africans.
Sesethu Doko is a model and Miss Teen South Africa finalist. She has set her eyes higher: to be crowned the Queen of South Africa.