African Students in Cuba Live In Terrible Conditions, Worse than Prisoners

African Students in Cuba Live In Terrible Conditions, Worse than Prisoners

  • South African Air Force students are allegedly living in horrendous conditions and being treated by slaves
  • The students have complained of being forced to wear outfits that resemble prison outfits from the apartheid era
  • They are also allegedly being forced to perform manual labour such as cutting grass with machetes

CUBA - South African Air Force students in a pilot training programme are allegedly being forced to live in horrendous conditions.

They are also allegedly being forced to perform menial tasks such as cutting grass using machetes under the guise of physical training.

Cuba, Air Force, Students, South Africa
Naledi Pandor, director of International Relations and Cooperation. Photo credit: GCIS/Flickr
Source: UGC

Many of the trainees feel like they are being treated like slaves. The uniforms they are forced to wear are similar to those worn by prisoners during apartheid according to the Mail and Guardian.

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It later emerged that the video was of a confrontation between the authorities and a group of medical students from South Africa.

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Celebrating the feat on his LinkedIn wall, the student said he was the 11th person nominated for the scholarship opportunity.

Chibuzo revealed that he had applied for 67 scholarships for three years but kept getting rejections.

Thanks to his determination and support system, the young man refused to be deterred despite 63 rejections until the final successful application.

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"I applied to over 67 scholarships for the past 3 years. Got rejected in 63, was in reserve list in 3 and finally nominated in one. Like my Daddy said, My One Yes was totally worth it. I will have to explain and give further details in subsequent posts.
"This is me saying, All things are possible to Him who believes and all gifts comes from God through men to men."


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