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#BlackPrivilege University Students in South Africa Refuse to Write Exams Because Its Too Difficult

In a video that went viral on social media, hundreds of students from the University of Limpopo (UL) can be seen exiting a lecture hall because the exam they were set to write was ‘too difficult’. University of Limpopo's (UL) spokesperson Johannes Selepe, confirmed that the video is authentic, adding that investigations are underway and action will be taken when the investigations have concluded. “It happened last week Tuesday at 18:00. They were writing Educational Philosophy,” Selepe told the media. Numerous videos are doing the rounds on social media and have sparked heated debates on pass marks. Some ‘celebrated’ with the students while others condemned the students’ behaviour. AfriForum’s Deputy CEO, Ernst Roets took to Twitter to give his take on it, saying “Philosophy is hard. This must be oppression…” African Christian Democratic Party (ACDP) leader and MP Kenneth Meshoe slammed the students. “The behav

Agri SA Will Not Join Protest March To Union Buildings On Saturday

Agri SA has announced it will not be one of the joining the protest march to the Union Buildings in Pretoria on Saturday, because “crime-fighting should be an inclusive process” as it’s a problem which affects all South Africans. Dan Kriek, Agri SA President of Agri SA, said it had consulted its member organisations who […]

SOUTH AFRICA: The Naked Hypocritical Curse Of The ‘Majority Rule’

WARNING – GRAPHIC CONTENT – NOT FOR SENSITIVE VIEWERS! SOUTH AFRICA is ostensibly a country whose controllers exercise the worst kind of naked racism and discrimination in order to stay in power. South Africa is also furthermore a country with the most vindictive, cruel and racist black population on earth, who refuse to obey any […]

AfriForum To Lay Charges Against These 100 Social Media Users

Civil rights organisation AfriForum is reportedly planning to lay criminal charges against 100 social media users allegedly for incitement of violence, among other things. The rights group will lay the charges on Thursday at the Lyttelton Police Station in Centurion, reported The New Age. The affidavits AfriForum will submit include alleged racism, hate speech and incitement […]
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