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Walter Sisulu University student protests turn violent, resulting in multiple injuries and a police vehicle being burnt down. The University has decided to shut its doors and proceed online before it is too late to revive the academic year.


Nelson Mandela University students protest over unfulfilled promises and the SRC demands that classes get suspended until all their demands are met and all students are able to participate.


Protests turn violent at MUT as protestor and police having running battles. Protestor are demanding that their historic debt but, no middle ground can seem to be reached between students and universities.


As chaos erupts, DUT is forced to close all five Durban campuses. Students have become frustrated and begun protesting over the lack of assistance they are receiving. 


The South African Union of Students have been urging the Minister of Higher Education, Science and Technology Dr Bonginkosi Blade Nzimande to meet their demands or further action would be taken. Now, together with the student representative presidents and secretary-generals have resolved to embark on a national shutdown of all universities until their demands are met.

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