“Truth be told: it is tough and training with no drive or anything pushing you becomes difficult too. In fact, I miss football; I miss my life. After all, it’s not just a field it is my home,” said a UJ football player.
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Lindokuhle Nsele, a Bcom Accounting second-year student, said, “It’s bright and I actually like that it has pictures. Everything is just in order like when you look for module related services, they are easily accessible.”
Koketso Lekgwathi, a BCom Accounting second-year student, said, “I feel like he is very shady and for the mere fact that he asked Busisiwe Mkhwebane to confirm her sources means that there is actually something that he is hiding.”
As events of the day unravelled, The Open Journal spoke to representatives from some of the countries who explained about their culture, food and traditional wear.
It is noticeable that while some gained an insight of the courses they will be studying, others even made academic promises to themselves after attending the seminar.
“It might be useful for the university to create a small seminar for late applicants that is to those students who feel they need it,” says a student.
The Open Journal asked UJ students, who have lived outside of their home country, to tell us what they felt was the most exciting thing about being on foreign soil.
Since the beginning of last year, as part of the institution’s new safety measures, people’s cars are searched at the gates and students’ bags are searched at the library entrance.
The Open Journal asked UJ students at APK how they felt about gender-neutral bathrooms on campus. Some of the responses were downright hilarious and most were a bit more serious.
Thea de Wet remembers how that same morning a tame springbok that her mother had been sheltering had been killed by a pack of dogs the night before.