By Nompumelelo Mculu

Freedom Day is an important public holiday in South Africa that commemorates the country’s first non-racial democratic election in 1994, that signalled the end of apartheid, and beginning of a new era of freedom and democracy. This holiday is celebrated every year on April 27th, and serves as a reminder of the struggles and sacrifices that were made to achieve this historic moment in South African history.

Posted: 27/04/2023 10:58:47 | with 0 comments

By Bantu Ndiki

For most, it was a public holiday and a lovely long weekend, for students from the Alpha Student Residence, it was a wonderful event.

Posted: 27/04/2023 10:53:13 | with 0 comments