Does this city work for you?

As the City of Cape Town cracks down on the existence of its homeless population, the question arises of if the city is truly there to serve the majority of …

Fire Break: Expectation vs. Reality

UCT students vs the procrastination trap amidst #UCTFires tragedy     By Josh Raynham  This article is exclusive to the Online Edition 1 of VARSITY News. The tragedy that was …

Morbid Morality

  Examining Public Reactions to Trump’s COVID Status   By Martyn McGrath This article is exclusive to the Online Edition 11 of VARSITY News.   In the wake of Donald Trump’s …

To be Black, a Woman and Winning

  Are we really striving for equality or are we victimizing women?   By Ntsako Mlambo This article is exclusive to the Online Edition 11 of VARSITY News.   The regulations under …

How do we heal Azania?

  Violence is normalised, the headlines do not come as a surprise.   By Ntsako Mlambo (Child.of.Afrika) This article is exclusive to the Online Edition 9 of VARSITY News.   …

The Mainstreaming of Ableism

  By Munaka Munyai This article is exclusive to the Online Edition 9 of VARSITY News.   The tragic murder of 16-year-old Nathaniel Julius on the 26th of August at …

Making the case for radical veganism

  An inclusive framework for antispeciesist advocacy.   By Chloe Kingdom This article is exclusive to the Online Edition 9 of VARSITY News.   It is part for the course …

I don’t feel safe, anywhere

  By Anouschka Tollig This article is exclusive to the Online Edition 9 of VARSITY News.   On the 27th of August I went running with my friend, I was …

History of Feminism in South Africa

  By Bathandwa Magqaza This article is exclusive to the Online Edition 8 of VARSITY News.   It is quite perturbing when the concept of feminism becomes an infrequent language spoken in …

South African Feminist Theory

  By Sibulele Nobhuzana This article is exclusive to the Online Edition 8 of VARSITY News.   Feminism has always had a place in South Africa. The only difference would be how …