Karabo Elizabeth ‘Dynamite’ Nyalungu, 21, is not only a Wits University student but an author and aspiring broadcaster. She is a young leader that has used every opportunity to impart leadership amongst young people around her.
The 23-year-old student won the 2022 Ricoffy Heritage Tin Design Competition despite having discovered it through a post on the Nescafe Ricoffy Facebook page a mere five days before the deadline.
The other change is the resumption of July graduation ceremonies in the Great Hall. Student gatherings and events, especially during the examination period, however, will be subjected to relevant restrictions
“The hardest thing is that they have to sleep on the floor. It doesn’t matter whether it’s raining or how cold it is,” explains Mpuseng Mosupye, 21, the founder of You Matter Foundation Africa.
The duo models, MimixSetso, aspire to push and break boundaries. But there is one problem: they are Sunday school teachers. They would face serious backlash if they deviate from the principles of the church.
After a journey of struggle and hardship, an asylum seeker whose first job in South Africa was being a car guard is now pursuing his PhD at the University of Pretoria.
She aspires to play for Banyana Banyana and wants to be a commander, shouldering the responsibility of deployment.
My gender identity is always brought into question. I am constantly notified that I differ from other boys, as I express myself in a way that society considers inappropriate for a male.
Nqobile Natasha Maseko says she sees a semicolon as a signal that her story is not over; it has just paused for the moment.
The young doctor and lecturer, in the politics department of the University of Johannesburg, hopes to shape the minds of his students.