Students in Swaziland have launched a campaign for scholarships for all. They want the Swazi Government to reverse a decision taken seven years ago to prioritise courses and cut scholarships by 60 percent.
Swaziland National Union of Students (SNUS) President Brian Sangweni told a Workers’ Day celebration students needed support from workers who were the taxpayers in this campaign.
Students want all students admitted to higher learning institutions to have scholarships, regardless of the programme they are doing or the institution they are in.
GOVERNMENT CHASES STUDENTS BEYOND GRAVE
ACTIVIST STUDENT DENIED SCHOLARSHIP