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Faldela Geduldt has inspired Mzansi with her story. The 51-year-old bagged a law degree at the University of the Western Cape and is now looking for a job.
Professor Mamokgethi Phakeng managed to win over a bright student who initially wanted to study towards a BCom degree at the University of Johannesburg.
South Africa's difficult economic climate has manifested in protests at universities after students with existing debt failed to register for the new year.
The UCT Vice-Chancellor Mamokgethi Phakeng was dragged online over a response she penned to a potential student regarding "level of results”. Mzansi dubbed the reply "nasty" and unacceptable.
The Congress of South African Students wants the government to scrap the IEB National Senior Certificate, claiming it strengthens inequality.
At 27, Malebo Malope is one of the youngest in her field and a Phd candidate at the University of Cape Town, she specialises in genetics counselling. She is the first black genetics counsellor in South Africa.