Fees Must Fall activist arrested for allegedly instigating unrest

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By Kaya 959 Reporter Fees Must Fall activist, Bonginkosi Khanyile, has been arrested for his alleged role in instigating last month’s unrest. Family spokesperson, Philani Nduli, said Khanyile was charged with incitement to commit violence and is expected to appear in the Durban Magistrate’s Court on Monday. “We call on all peace loving people to… Continue reading Fees Must Fall activist arrested for allegedly instigating unrest

Lasizwe speaks out on the effects of corruption in South Africa

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By Tamlyn Canham Lasizwe Dambuza says the high levels of corruption in South Africa have caused people to doubt everything. He shared his views in a Twitter post. “The level of corruption in this country has made people doubt EVERYTHING. Even if you do GOOD by trying to help, people will still doubt how genuine… Continue reading Lasizwe speaks out on the effects of corruption in South Africa

Nandi Madida: ‘I want to see free quality education’

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By Kaya 959 News Nandi Madida has added her voice to the free education movement. The musician says education is the key to a better future. “I want to see free quality education and employment in our country. The youth is asking for a basic right, a noble one as well. “To empower themselves and… Continue reading Nandi Madida: ‘I want to see free quality education’

Kaya Breakfast speaks to Yandisa Ndzoyiya on #FeesMustFall protests continuing

The South African Union of Students met with University Student Representative Councils on the 21st of March 2021 in Pretoria to assess the state of the #NationalShutdown and to evaluate the progress made on the 15 demands submitted to Minister Blade Nzimande in particular.   An invitation was formally sent to the Minister on Wednesday… Continue reading Kaya Breakfast speaks to Yandisa Ndzoyiya on #FeesMustFall protests continuing

Wits resumes online learning amid threats of national shutdown

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By Kaya 959 News Wits University says its academic programme will continue online on Monday. It says the institution remains fully operational, with senior executive members determining the on-campus staffing requirements. Wits students took to the streets last week to protest against alleged financial exclusion. Management at Wits met with a delegation from the SRC last… Continue reading Wits resumes online learning amid threats of national shutdown

A man has been shot and killed by police during a protest by Wits students

There are reports of a civilian casualty coming from the demonstrations taking place around Wits university today. This comes after police fired shots to disperse a group of protesting Wits University students.   BREAKING NEWS | A Wits student has just been shot and killed by the police. Some injured and were arrested!!!@AdvBMkhwebane please intervene. Students have… Continue reading A man has been shot and killed by police during a protest by Wits students

Fees Must Fall victims need to stand up, organise and unite

  By Sithembiso KaShandu Now that the dust has settled, we need to ask ourselves if there will be any justice for Fees Must Fall activists who led a historic fight in south Africa for free education a couple of years ago. It is evident that the struggle of Fees Must Fall has not brought… Continue reading Fees Must Fall victims need to stand up, organise and unite