The university was unable to confirm claims by students this week that 90 out of the 95 final-year medical students at the university who failed one or more of their seven compulsory modules this year were black African.The claims were made by a final-year student, Mtwakazi Bula, who said the statistics were gleaned from the health sciences faculty and as well as from the results posted on the so-called Sakai website — an official university website.

A group of angry students this week claimed that 27 black students in the same predicament had not been offered the same concession.

But Habib said the white student had in fact achieved the second-highest mark, but that an “administrative error” meant her mark had been incorrectly transcribed. She passed; they [the others] failed,” he told the Sunday Times.

Thelma, an eloquent mother of three, and her husband, Joseph, had been caring for Tina and Sarah since they were three and four, when their father, Eugene, was diagnosed with lymphoma.

(Their mother had left the girls as babies.) Eugene had been raising the girls on his own in Winnipeg, where he worked at a tire plant. But he never had the chance to bring them back home to Winnipeg. Last spring, Tina ran away twice to Winnipeg to visit her mom—a relationship Thelma encouraged, feeling the girl needed another parental bond after losing her dad.

” Winnipeg teacher Brad Badiuk wrote on Facebook last month.

“They have contributed NOTHING to the development of Canada. Get to work, tear the treaties and shut the FK up already. ” Another day in Winnipeg, another hateful screed against the city’s growing indigenous population.Send "Medical" or "Hospital" or "Funeral" or "Insurance" and your Full Name and Cell No.to: [email protected], or SMS / Whats APP the word with your Full Name and email address to: 0827385586, or, just go to The next morning Thelma gave Tina and a calling card.“If things don’t work out, use the calling card and I’ll come get you,” she said.“It’s not safe out there for Aboriginals girls,” she’d caution. The murder of the 15-year-old was only the most recent, horrifying example of the violence faced by Winnipeg’s indigenous community—a world apart from white Winnipeg.