Student logic beggars belief
Iwrite in response to the article in the ZO of 16 March ‘Campus reopens - but no books available’.
I find it beyond belief that after rioting and looting at the University of Zululand in protest of receiving no money, the students then complain they have no books.
This after they burned down their very own bookshop and stole laptops and so on that were used to access information needed for their studies.
For goodness’ sake - talk about cutting off your own nose to spite your face.
How on earth do they think the university must replace and repair everything that was destroyed? Do these students think that money just appears from nowhere?
Oh wait, I know, the wage earners and taxpayers must just pay up - again!
These same students are supposed to be the cream of the crop, the ones with brains - after all, they did pass matric with a good enough mark to be able to enter university.
You’d think they would have the common sense to know that if you burn and loot, it is very difficult to replace.
One day these same students are hopefully going to pass and finish university and enter the workplace, where they will be the wage earners and taxpayers, having to have their hard-earned money wasted on trying to replace that which student protests and selfish actions have destroyed.
The wheel turns!