The Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) students in Garankuwa campus outdid themselves this year in protest. Students blocked the road and fashionably built a wall on road to prevent vehicles to move.
The students coordinated, supplying each other with bricks while laying a firm foundation. One student can be heard in a video saying, “people are taking two years to build a wall like this,”
EBNewsDaily learned that the wall was named the “TUT Wall of Garankuwa”.
Meanwhile the institution is yet to comment, local sources say the shutdown is a follow up to the meeting they had with students on Sunday 23 February
The students themselves told our reporters that the protest is mainly because of the following:
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.
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