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By Eduan on October 16, 2014
AfriForum Youth today, which is internationally celebrated as Dictionary Day, sponsored the words “tradition” and “activism” in the Sponsor a Word Project of the Woordeboek van die Afrikaanse Taal (WAT), translated as the Dictionary of the Afrikaans Language.
By Eduan on September 16, 2014
The Security Department of the University of Pretoria told witnesses of a racist incident at the Taaibos Residence that the video recordings of the security cameras at the gate, where the incident occurred, are too dark and that other cameras were out of order. This, after a Taaibos student, Emuel Venter submitted a complaint on […]
By Eduan on September 15, 2014
Students of the Taaibos Residence at the University of Pretoria (UP) are distressed, after two unidentified black students from Kollege Tehuis made racist remarks and threats against white students at the gates of Taaibos on the evening of 4 September 2014. “The one student cursed white students and shouted that he hates whites and that […]
By Eduan on July 12, 2014
Residences at the University of Pretoria (UP) are to change into flats which will give accommodation for only first year students or just senior students. This announcement was communicated to house parents on 26 June, and the implementation thereof was postponed to 2015 after heavy objection from students. “AfriForum Youth last week sent a letter […]
By Eduan on June 19, 2014
AfriForum Youth today instructed its legal team to send a letter to the Council of the North-West University, requesting the Council to reject the Wessels Report in its current format and to refuse to submit the report to the Minister of Higher Education. AfriForum Youth took the step after it became clear from information circulating […]
By Eduan on February 20, 2014
The incident in which a student at the University of the Free State, Muzi Damani Gwebu, was assaulted, is not a race issue, but proof that security on campus is lax.
By Eduan on February 12, 2014
AfriForum Youth and students today took a stand at the University of Pretoria against the e-toll system. A huge banner was covered in footprints as part of the AfriForum Youth campaign against e-toll.
By Eduan on January 31, 2014
Futile efforts on the part of AfriForum Youth to contact the Management of the Potchefstroom Agricultural College forced AfriForum Youth to write a letter to the Head of the College in which Management was given an ultimatum.AfriForum Youth demands that a person be designated to work with the organisation in a genuine effort to solve […]