EFF MP Mbuyiseni Ndlozi on Tuesday became the latest to weigh in on the heated online debate raging in South Africa about the relevance of higher education and slammed white people for “speaking down to it” while black people defended it. This, Times Live reports after DA MP Natasha Mazzone was embroiled in a spat with Godrich Gardee, former secretary-general of the EFF, and Good Party secretary-general Brett Herron over the weekend. Mazzone told Gardee his university degree got him “nothing” after he mocked her for not having a post-matric qualification, after Herron had questioned Mazzone’s qualifications following claims that she edited her Wikipedia page.