SMAD. An Organ of Student Opinion. 1933. Volume 4. Number 6.
In speaking about the necessity for skilled and trained students in Africa, the writer says:—
A number of teaching positions in our Missionary Schools are now filled by matriculated students. Therefore, there is still room for African graduates.
Many Government bodies are now realising this demand for qualified Africans. The Trauskeian Territories General Council is providing 50 scholarships for native students at Fort Hare College. It has also voted medical scholarships for native students going abroad. I am getting one of these scholarships.
Now, would it be wise for any Bantu student to remain in New Zealand, when there are such opportunities awaiting him in Africa? Why should he think of remaining in New Zealand when there are lands, cattle, sheep, and horses which he would get in his country without payment?