The UWC branch stated they were in document collection, bursary follow up mode, honing in on the post graduate sector (endless senate committee …
JOHANNESBURG – Fees Must Fall activists from universities across the country were locked in a meeting today discussing their plan of action.
The students embarked on a protest at Wits University’s Braamfontein campus yesterday, disrupting classes and damaging property.
Seats inside a lecture hall were also set alight causing extensive damage.
Wits Economic Freedom Fighters student leader Vuyani Pambo says they are also discussing issues around allegations that women were beaten during the demonstration yesterday.
“People are [accused] of having beaten up people. I’ve never seen or beaten up the person they claim I beat up.”
Five students have been suspended from the institution for contravening a court order obtained by the university against protest actions at any of its campuses.
(Edited by Refilwe Pitjeng)