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The IFP Youth Brigade has commended reports that former president Jacob Zuma’s son Duduzane has undertaken to assist needy university students.

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The IFP Youth Brigade has commended reports that former president Jacob Zuma’s son Duduzane has undertaken to assist needy university students.

The IFP Youth Brigade has commended reports that former president Jacob Zuma’s son Duduzane has undertaken to assist needy university students.

To view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 video Durban - The IFP Youth Brigade (IFPYB) has commended reports that former president Jacob Zuma’s son Duduzane has pledged to assist needy university students with financial aid. However, Zuma junior was not available on Tuesday to confirm whether or not he had made the pledge to pay for students who were struggling financially. IFPYB secretary-general Mlungisi Mabaso said if the reports were true, Zuma’s offer was welcomed as he (Mabaso) had been personally inundated with calls from students for financial assistance. Read more: IOL News

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Steal from them then give them change Yes with fucken stolen money , it’s called washing dirty money Yeah, all mafia Don's and criminal kingpins fund the needy to give the veneer that they support grass-roots poor community so that they can grow a support base of morons Does ifp still exist... Two words for you...second one is Off...

WATCH: Duduzane Zuma urges UKZN students to stop burning buildings | IOL NewsDuduzane Zuma has come to the rescue of students in need of financial assistance after pledging an undisclosed amount of money to those who suffered financial exclusion. Well done Duduzane, the greatness of Zuma family is really amazing Ufuz’ ubab’wakhe lomfana . With stolen fkin money , but , he will be their new HERO

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Don’t blame students, blame the commodification of knowledge in South Africa | IOL NewsOPINION: As long as vice chancellors operate as CEOs of corporate companies and council members as board members, nothing will ever be fixed because their goal is to make profit out of poor students, says Sbonelo Radebe. Corporitisation of universities as problematic as it could be cannot justify unwanton destruction of assets. Ask SAA what happens when it doesn’t make a profit! In the real world , money doesn’t grow on trees and if you can’t make money to pay lecturers, lights and a library then what kind of education you will end up getting. The real question is why tertiary can’t be cheaper online I read this headline, and I realise we are so fucked as a country. If we can’t understand the basics of running a business or institution, that you need profit to improve and employ, we are finished.



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