As Battle Beagle puts it, what are they, potatoes?
Uh … no. More closely related to apes than potatoes, Mr. Beagle.
Some of the apes do seem to be able to reason though.
South Africa Today
Already in 2012, the Legal Society of South Africa received complaints that graduated students can not write, read, make sums or reason.
Chief Justice Mogoeng said at the University of Johannesburg at the award of an honorary doctorate, that the problem lies in the transition from basic education to higher education.
The legal fraternity asks how it is possible that a graduate can not write, count or reason properly after a four-year LLB degree?
Mogoeng says: “black students struggle to adapt to tertiary level”.
If it is the case with law students, the same will certainly apply to engineers and medical students, which is a terrifying picture.
Read the original article in Afrikaans on Die Vryburger
While we’re visiting Africa, let’s take a look at the stagnation that lack of intelligence means economically. Again, the source is a Battle Beagle Tweet.
Who needs wealth when you’ve got rhythm!