What the election results have shown us is that there is a difference between the truth and sensationalism, and how the latter always gets more virtual support than the truth.
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Right of reply: UCT Dean of Law Faculty says statement by ‘concerned students’ is grossly inaccurate and misrepresents the facts. Read full statement below.
The Dean has spoken. In a detailed statement in which a response is given to each of the concerns raised by the collective of ‘concerned students’ he says that their statement released […]
A collective of concerned Law Students speak out against ‘unpalatable legacy of racism and alienation’ of students at UCT Law Faculty; A call for change. Read full statement below:
A group of concerned students at the University of Cape Town’s Law Faculty have penned their concerns and grievances in a statement issued recently in hope to reignite dialogues and engagement on […]
UWC EFFSC welcomes possible nomination of EFF President Julius Malema for the upcoming position of chancellor of UCT, as Graca Machel’s term is due to end at the end of this year. […]
Simbarashe Nyatsanza I was not actively involved in the wave of student protests that rocked the country between May 2015 and November 2016. These were the Fallist protest movements triggered by the […]