#FeesMustFall… falling apart at UFS?

A bird’s-eye view of the #FMF movements that have gripped the country initially presents the viewer with an image of unity and solidarity amongst...

8 O-Week survival tips

O-week at Rhodes University began on Monday and it is one of the most anticipated and nerve-racking times in every new student’s life. Here...

SU celebrates diversity

The bi-annual International Food Evening at Stellenbosch University boasted a selection from twenty three countries. International students prepared the culinary feast. For a mere R10 one...

The 10 best cities to study in – 2018

Are you hankering to explore and spend time studying abroad? This list is just for you. QS have released their annual rankings for the best...

Student designer celebrates African prints

Ashleigh Masara, a familiar face in the local Stellenbosch fashion scene, is making a name for herself with African prints. Masara’s mother and grandmother have...

Creating a student generation free of HIV and Aids

The first #VarsityConvos discussion, which took place earlier this week at the Wits Solomon Mahlangu House, focused on HIV/Aids awareness and the risky behaviour...

Witsies shine in science competition

Wits’ future scientists showed off their innovative research projects at the semi-finals of the FameLab South Africa science competition last Friday, March 24 in...

The importance of political tolerance

As the election results are currently being captured, Student News Grid has decided to focus on one of many concerns raised during the run...

Safe and legal abortions via SMS

Fem is a new service that assists South Africans with legal and safe abortions. The service was created by the organisation, safe2choose, and launched...
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Cape to Cairo travellers aim to build 67 colleges

A group of volunteers from seven countries began the first stage of their epic journey from Cape Town to Cairo to raise funds to...

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