Medical students at Wits University cry about discrimination when it comes to the results of examinations of courses.
A group of black students complained that 27 of their fellows did not pass, but one white student received preferential treatment at the final selection.
According to Vice-Chancellor Adam Habib, the white student achieved the second highest marks, but due to an administrative “error,” her point was misplaced.
The other failed according to Habib.
Observers are delighted that medical students who do not make the grade could not stand up, indeed regarded, and treated as failures, rather than allowing people who are not qualified, to investigate and treat people who need medical care while they really know what to do.
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