“This you?”

  Reviewing the developmental systems of contemporary call-out culture.   By Temwani Nyama This article is exclusive to the Online Edition 7 of VARSITY News.   The recent weeks’ events have displayed …

A White African

  By Kelsey Maggott This article was originally published in Print Edition 3 of VARSITY News, 2018.   Africa is home. I take great pride in being born in Africa …

Change a mind, change a system

  The coronavirus has shown us how inefficient capitalism is at responding to and preparing crises, if we don’t act now, we won’t be able to later.   By Jack …

The evolution of the mother figure

  By Reabetswe Khutsoane This article is exclusive to the Online Edition 5 of VARSITY News.   Being a mother is arguably the world’s most difficult task, but also an incredibly rewarding …

Humanity Exhibit

  Why social media is obsessed with wholesome content.   By Reabetswe Khutsoane This article is exclusive to the Online Edition 4 of VARSITY News.   From kind gestures to the unhindered …

Exclusion is what will be televised

  Our past continues to beget our future. We are not sell-outs, just victims.   By Ntsako Mlambo (Child.of.Afrika) This article is exclusive to the Online Edition 4 of VARSITY News. …

The Productivity of Shame

  By William Barron This article is exclusive to the Online Edition 4 of VARSITY News.   With Workers’ Day just a few days past, it’s worth remembering who exactly is expected …

ASTROWORLD comes to Sweaty Sands

  Astroworld brought to life in a video game.   By Manoa Andriamiharisoa This article is exclusive to the Online Edition 4 of VARSITY News.   Live streams and performances by …

Education, a basic human right.

  By Nevali Mohan This article is exclusive to the Online Edition 3 of VARSITY News.   With Covid-19 wreaking havoc in the international sphere, it comes as no surprise that the …

Online Learning: Privilege or Necessity?

  By Connor McLaughlin This article is exclusive to the Online Edition 2 of VARSITY News.   Heading into week three of UCT’s semi-planned vacation and the question lingering on students’ minds is …