|TUT students forcing their way in through the security guards. Photo / BUA STUDENT NEWS|
Pretoria, Ga-Rankuwa, Arts, Arcadia, eMalahleni and Mbombela remain closed as the student’s demonstration continues.
Deputy Vice-Chancellor Prof Stanley Mukhola addressed students and their leaders earlier today and he stated that he has noted down their inputs without the memorandum and that he is going back to meet relevant officials in order to respond appropriately. #Tutshutdown #NV pic.twitter.com/5rSWJ6muzJ
— BUA Student Newspaper (@bua_news) February 11, 2019
“All University activities will be suspended at the Pretoria, Ga-Rankuwa, Arts, Arcadia, eMalahleni and Mbombela campuses tomorrow, 14 February 2019. All University activities will continue as normal on the Soshanguve and Polokwane campuses “, the University reported.
EBNewsDaily understands that the two campuses at the Soshanguve will be shut down as from the 14th of November. The leadership of the campuses has agreed to engage on a peaceful march to submit the grievances at the Pretoria main campus. The Polokwane campus remains functional.
Reports of students protest in various universities have been numerous in the country.