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AfriForum Youth opposes proposed name change of Craven Week

AfriForum Youth directed a letter to the South African Rugby Union (Saru) on 16 July 2019 in which they request the body not to accede to the proposed name change of the Craven Week rugby tournament. In the letter the youth organisation also requested a meeting with Mark Alexander, President of SA Rugby. This request follows after a group of former rugby players requested Saru to change the name of the Craven Week.

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AfriForum Youth satisfied with NWU council’s decision

The council of the North-West University (NWU) took the decision to reconsider the university’s proposed marketing plan. This marketing plan proposed, amongst others, that the distinctive maroon of the NWU be changed to purple, as well as that the word “Pukke” be removed from all marketing material of the Potchefstroom campus of the university.

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Grootfontein Agricultural College: R10 million for repairs after pressure from AfriForum Youth

The pressure that AfriForum Youth has applied on the Grootfontein Agricultural College in Middelburg in the Eastern Cape in reaction to the poor living conditions and general facilities at the College have compelled the Management to release about R10 million for repairs and upgrades. 

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Legal letter to NWU-Council

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.

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AfriForum Youth’s Bill of student rights

AfriForum Youth’s Bill of Student Rights was drafted by AfriForum Youth. The document was referred to various legal experts for perusal and approval.

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Report on mother tongue education

AfriForum Youth presented a proposal to the minsiter of Higher Education, dr. Blade Nzimande, regarding the advantages of mother tongue education. Download the proposal here:

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