Tag: South Africa

Too Hungry To Go To Class: South Africa’s University Students Need Better Support

Student vulnerability to hunger has emerged as an alarming problem at South African higher education institutions.

UJ Student Activists Challenge The “One-Sided” State Capture Debate

The battle lines were drawn last night when UJ students Tshepo Goba and Palesa Medupe posed tough questions to the former finance minister and his deputy during the question and answer session of the Seminar.

17 Astonishing Inventions That Will Make You Proudly South African

In 1971, Percy Tucker invented Computicket, which is the world’s first complex computerized reservation system for ticket holders.