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Behind the high-fives

If there was gain, there was pain too for students on the UFS leadership programme.

The difficulties of diversity

It was a challenging week for University of the Free State students visiting New York.

UFS Diaries of Change

The <i>M&G</i> has accompanied 116 UFS students to the US on a new leadership programme introduced after the notorious Reitz residence video.

Jansen: ‘Come back changed individuals’

Vice-chancellor Jonathan Jansen encourages UFS students to try the unexpected ahead of their overseas trip.

Bid to nullify UFS student poll

The South African Students' Congress (Sasco) has taken legal action against the UFS for allegedly 'banning' political activity on campus.

Reitz Four sentences reduced on appeal

The sentences of the so-called Reitz Four have been reduced by the Bloemfontein High Court, it was reported on Friday.

Reitz Four wait on sentence-appeal ruling

Judgment was reserved on Monday in an appeal by the Reitz Four against their sentences.

Reitz victims to start their own company

The victims of the 2008 racist video produced by four students of the University of the Free State are to start their own company.

Varsity puts Reitz Four incident to rest

The so-called Reitz Four video incident at the University of the Free State which led to a national outcry against racism has been forgiven.

Reitz Four Equality Court matter settled out of court

The Equality Court matter between the "Reitz Four" students and the University of the Free State (UFS) workers has been settled out of court.

Reitz Four granted leave to appeal sentence

The Reitz Four were on Tuesday granted leave to appeal their sentence in the Bloemfontein Magistrate's Court.

Reitz Four to appeal sentencing

The four former University of the Free State students known as the "Reitz Four" will appeal their sentencing, their lawyer said on Monday.

More than just naughty boys

Some who have become accustomed to thinking of Africans as people who do menial jobs and live in subhuman conditions are not outraged.

Another initiation video surfaces at Free State varsity

A second initiation video has surfaced at the University of the Free State, this time with white students as the "victims".

Reitz Four fined R20 000 each

The four former University of Free State students known as the "Reitz Four" have each been sentenced to a R20 000 fine or 12 months imprisonment.

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