Madikizela said she wanted to “make a noise” about the personal financial literacy of students when she started conducting research on the topic in 2015.
The Student Representative Council at Auckland Park Kingsway Campus today in the morning, accompanied by a minority of students went to deliver ten concerns of the students.
A number of financial institutions were present at the campaign in order to offer financial funding options for students to choose from, which ranged from loans to bursaries.
To find out more about Pritchard Sibanda and how you can ask for help watch the clip of his interview with Street Expression.
About 70 people attended the free seminar hosted by Vumile MJ Investment which forms part of a monthly seminar series for the course of the year.
Mpho Linda Tshabalala, comes from the South of Johannesburg in Orange Farm, and is an introverted young filmmaker- he hardly reveals his skills, but recently his work has made a lot of noise and defeated his silence.
The University of Johannesburg has chosen only to give final-year students the meal allowance to make sure that many as possible students get money for funding.
The #NSFASIsFailingUs Campaign was created by Sandisiwe Maseti, a student at the University of Pretoria who majors in political science, on Monday the 6th of February.
Thokozani village is a place enclaved by tall forests and mountains and is home to a majority who are either unemployed or are exploited workers and earn a meagre wage.
SABMiller, a multinational beverage, and brewing corporation is also the second-largest brewery company in the world. The acquisition of SABMiller will make AB InBev the only dominant brewer in the global stage.