Addiction in the academic corridors


Drugs and substance abuse may be perceived as less of an issue within our borders when compared to overt crises such as HIV/AIDS and cancer, but studies and testimonies show that thousands of lives are being wasted to these vices. Staff Writer, BABOKI KAYAWE writes

Kagiso Moffat

Twenty-five-year-old Kagiso Moffat from Tonota has had opportunities – not just once, but twice – that many of his peers can only salivate at. Growing up, he relied on a food basket the Department of Social Welfare provided for his poverty-stricken mother.

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Keep your mask close

Wearing of masks behind closed doors has been mandatory following the government’s August decision that the public was freed from masking in outdoor spaces.According to a press statement from the ministry, all other remaining COVID-19 protocols such as social distancing in schools and requirements for vaccination or PCR tests at ports of entry have also been relaxed.Statistics still show that hundreds still die daily due to the pandemic around...

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