The Congress of South African Students has woken up to sad and devastating news of the passing of its Former President, comrade Songezo Mjongile. Comrade Songezo Mjongile was no stranger…Read More
COSAS STATEMENT ON THE MALICIOUS REPORTING OF THE INDEPENDENT MEDIA AND THE COSAS MARCH TO BOTH THE ANC HQ, LUTHULI HOUSE AND THE NPA AND ACTION AGAINST THE RUTHLESS ANC MP TANDI MAHAMBEHLALA.
COSAS is vehemently disappointed and astonished by the frivolous attempts of associating the Congress of South African Students’ with an arrogant group labelling themselves as ‘Gatvol’ which had plans of…Read More
The Congress of South African Students has made an application in the Gauteng Local Division Court in attempt to litigate a grouping of an exasperated group calling themselves a National…Read More
The Congress of South African Students’ (COSAS) wishes to use the occasion of May Day to salute the millions of workers in South Africa and across the world who are…Read More
COSAS rejects with contempt the reckless plan to reopen schools by the Department of basic education
Learners must never be used as a litmus test for mass infections and fatalities of the Coronavirus. The Congress of South African Students’ (COSAS) will not allow learners of…Read More
Revolutionary greetings to all progressive forces in the country and to students across the country whom have mandated us to be their voice and shape their discourse on their behalf.…Read More
Recieve revolutionary greetings from the leadership of the Congress of South African Students (COSAS), the biggest students organization in Africa. It is unfortunate that we’re not releasing this communique from…Read More
RE: COSAS are disappointed at the brutal murder of Simphiwe Sibeko in Aurora Girls High Johannesburg South Africa
RE: The Brutal Murder of Simphiwe Sibeko In Aurora Girls High Johannesburg South Africa Receive revolutionary greeting from the gigantic students’ movement in Africa, hoping the media statement finds you…Read More
Statement of the Congress of South African Students 19th National Executive Committee on schools reopening on next week the 1st April 2020.
Att: Department of Education, Minister Angie Motshekga (MP), the media, South African pre-tertiary learners and the general public. Sub: COSAS clarification of Minister Motshekga’s Announcement. Allow the 19th National Executive…Read More