Oct 28

Digging for Dignity with David

It is difficult to have access to water sources because we are far away, besides that the price to build as well is expensive, so we normally use wheel barrows to collect water from the river which is 3 to 5 kilometers from our houses.

Oct 28

Now that #FeesHaveFallen, what now?

Yesterday, parliamentarians were debating transformation at higher education institutions after the #FeesMustFall protests. Minister Blade Nzimande didn’t even mutter a word about the #ReleaseTheReport. Which raises the question, now that #FeesHaveFallen, what now?

Oct 9

I love South Africa

South Africa is a land of opportunity, because with the right attitude; you can milk for money. We want the land, they want their Rand, so who do we trust?

Oct 9

Maths campaign: a boost for township learners

Mathematics is among the most failed subjects in South Africa. Earlier this year, the Department of Basic Education said the number of Grade 12 learners who passed Mathematics had dropped from 59.1% in 2013 to 53.5%, with only 3.2% learners achieved distinctions.

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