Students speaks how covid-19 affect their studies

Since the inception of nationwide lockdown, Sekhukhune times interviewed various students from Sekhukhune district whom studies at various institutions across the country to understand how the covid-19 pandemic affects their studies.

Olga Mashaba (Wits student studying forensic science and technology)

“I am a third year student, studying forensic science and technology and I use lot of the internet to download tutorial videos. But I have challenge because studying is less effective because we do not have anyone to explain when we do not understand something. Libraries are closed and I can’t study at home because of all the noise and disturbance. Data is very expensive,”

Lucy Kekana (TUT student studying Human Resources Management)

“Well to start off, everything was going well until lockdown. As we speak I have lot of pending assignments and tests. The only way to stay focused is to make use of past question papers and other useful study materials to stay ahead of the game,”

Nenniva Jijita (UL student studying Bachelor of Education)

“Self-studying is hard especially when you don’t have all the text books. Lockdown started when we were still waiting to receive other textbooks. I have to complete six modules but have written only one test. We are running behind on syllabus, and the time wasted will never be regained,”

Thapelo Motseo

COMPANY BACKGROUND Sekhukhune Times was founded in 2015 for the purpose of providing Sekhukhune community and businesses with quality news. The business is operated within the Sekhukhune district municipality which consist of four municipality namely Fetakgomo Tubatse Local Municipality, Ephraim Mogale Local Municipality, Makhuduthamaga Local Municipality and Elias Motsoaledi Local Municipality . Sekhukhune Times help the readers to become aware of their surroundings from social life, to the news happening in the community and also not forgetting what’s happening on the outside world’ it brings you all the news in a convenient and simple language that community can understand and It is released every Thursday and distributed through various mine, shops, , pubiic institutions and in schools. Complimentary copies are distributed to advertisers. The publication is also available online Sekhukhune Times bring you all the news you need to know about the community, events coming up, speeches and also some tips on surviving student life as well as anything which you feel could be beneficial to students voicing out their opinions. MISSION . To became a cross border publication that will link young people from all corners of the world. . To became a source of information to the youth and community in general. .To became a tool for businesses big and small to market their products. .To serve as a communication tool for businesses, government, school and communities in general. .To offer jobs to young people and thus participate in eradicating unemployment, which is a major contributor to increase in crime, AIDS and poverty in our communities. .Provide auxiliary services such as printing, layout and design and photography for other institutions. . Sekhukhune Times is committed to providing the client with a quality product at competitive price within schedule. . At all time we will address and service the customers, requirements, comply with specifications, standards and technical requirements, act ethically and with dignity

Social Media Auto Publish Powered By :