University life

By Luyanda Mazibuko Should Fees Really Fall ? This is still a most talked about topic. After 4 years since the beginning of the whole #FeesMustFall campaign we still have student protests each year all for the same reasons and still producing the same results. But there are some who fall under the category of people who think it might not be the best idea. People do not think about this very often but everything has consequences, just as Newton’s Third Law states, every action has a reaction. In this case the reaction would yield a whole lot of consequences

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When you think about a career, the most common ones that pops up in most people’s minds is either being a doctor, a lawyer, an engineer or even a teacher. Now the problem with that is it limits your imagination. There are plenty of other most overlooked careers out there that most young people should consider studying and honestly in this day and age, cliché career choices are not so beneficial. Have you considered a career in Protein Science? I know, it sounds kind of crazy but it really isn’t. A protein scientist explores the different roles of protein in

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Peer pressure. Those two words are statements on their own. Peer pressure is honestly one of the most common issues amongst our youth. It is the beginning of the tertiary academic year in many institutions around our country and I thought it was only fitting that we actually discuss this issue as well as different ways in which you can avoid and overcome it. Whether you are “newbie” doing first year or you are now finally doing your third year, nobody is really safe from experiencing peer pressure. Peer pressure is only ever a good thing if it pushes you

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University protests are on a high in South Africa. Every year we seem to have the same issues when it comes to universities. There is always a problem whether it has to do with student fees, student accommodation or any other student inquiries. This year the University of KwaZulu-Natal was in the firing line with students protesting against the school’s lack of seriousness when it comes to dealing with their student’s issues. Of course, we can’t forget about the University of Witwatersrand and the University of Johannesburg with their fair share of student demonstrations. Amongst all this chaos, many students

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