IFP’s Student Wing To Celebrate Women’s Month

The student body of the Inkatha Freedom Party, SADESMO, will on Thursday, 18 August 2016, commemorate women’s month at the University of Zululand. The commemoration will be a tribute to the generation of women of 1956, who braved the apartheid regime and marched to the Union Buildings. Their effort marked a turning point for the […]

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2015 Grade 12 Results Reflect Broken Education System

The 2015 Matric results released this evening by Basic Education Minister speak to a broken education system which is in dire need of an urgent overhaul. The 2015 Grade 12 results speak to an education system that has collapsed. There is very little to celebrate and we have every reason to be concerned. Our education […]

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SASCO Rigged TUT Soshanguve SRC Elections

Tshwane University of Technology SADESMO leadership is rejecting the outcome of Soshanguve Local SRC results. SRC elections took place in all TUT campuses on the 27th of August and lot transpired in these elections. ‘We reject the elections results on the bases that we feel these elections were not free and fair especially at Soshanguve […]

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SADESMO Calls on SASCO to Focus on Issues That Will Improve Higher Education

The South African Student Congress should stop damaging higher education by politicising it. We believe that it is irresponsible for immature politicians to intervene in the naming of higher education institutions. “We, the South African Democratic Students Movement (Sadesmo), an IFP-aligned student organization, have rejected this – and we will reject it to the end. […]

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Occupy Higher Education Campaign

The South African Democratic Student Movement has joined forces with the Socialist Student Movement, Economic Freedom Fighters student command, Radical Student Movement, Pan Africanist Student Movement of Azania and other independent student representatives of students in higher learning institutions, in a campaign that seeks to put pressure towards government until students’ needs are met. “On […]

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