College shows they’re litt as they get jiggy because… well just because

College shows they’re litt as they get jiggy because… well just because

- Sometimes to just gotta do what you gotta do… with no particular reason in mind

- A video has gone viral as it showcases graduates having a bit o’ fun

- It’s one that bears no explanation but has to be seen to be believed

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A video on Twitter has gone crazy as it shows a group of college graduates having fun.

This group danced their way along because that’s just what they wanted to do and this feel-good action has gone wild on Twitter.

ON the other side of things recently featured an article discussing Students take to Twitter to express their desperation over NSFAS negligence.

There is an on-going struggle for free higher education in South Africa. Recently, the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) has made it almost impossible for students to study.

Just last week, students at Nelson Mandela University in Port Elizabeth protested over demanding the payment of allowances from NSFAS.

The strike was led by the South African Student Congress (SASCO) who stated that NSFAS is in a complete shambles and are depriving students their right to learn.

“It cannot be that a certain group of students is expected to continue with tests, examinations, and assignments without textbooks, meals, and the relevant support material they would have received from NSFAS.”

SACO highlighted that an estimated 80% of first-year students at Universities and Tveit College have still not received funding from NSFAS and this has now left them without accommodation, transport, and meals.

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Ah, African proverbs. Such a vast selection of meanings. A wonderful cultural study. Many of us were taught proverbs before we could even talk properly. Which basically means our elders, parents, uncles and aunties are always finding ways to scold us with a suitable proverb. Some are hilarious and witty, some are more cryptic. All of them remain relevant today and teach us about our heritage. Today, we’ll Explore the Meaning of Unique African Proverbs.


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