Students of the University of Free State (Qwaqwa) set the record straight after their two mates got killed. The crime rate in South Africa is way too high, and now it is crystal clear that the government now needs to ensure safety in the universities and students' accommodations.
Yesterday, it was reported that two students who were schooling at the University of free state, Qwaqwa Campus were shot and killed "Two students from the University of Free sate, Qwaqwa campus were attacked and killed today" Reported Blessings Ramoba.Other students of the University of free state hopped into the comment section and set the record straight about the treatment they get at that university. According to these Students, the government must intervene because things are really bad there "I'm a student at Qwaqwa and I can assure you the hatred for Zulus is worse even in public facilities...I'm a victim of bad treatment because I couldn't speak Sesotho" sadly said a student.
Another Student revealed that that university is just a crime scene itself "They were shot by thugs in their private accommodation, I'm a student of Qwaqwa campus and I can tell you that, that place is the pits, everyone has a story of them being robbed (myself included) and no one really cares" revealed another student.
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