Following a protest that EBNewsDaily reported earlier, the Tshwane University of Technology has opted to suspend academic activities in all of its campuses, the institution confirmed on Wednesday evening.
“Due to continuous student protest action at various TUT campuses, Management today resolved to suspend academic activities for students on all campuses until further notice,” TUT said in a statement.
Students earlier at the Garankuwa campus built a wall on the road while protesting.
Some of their demands were:
TUT management apologized for the ‘inconvenience’ and said they will continue to engage with student leaders to resolve the impasses at the university.