Students to march to Jub Jub hearing

2010-03-16 15:03

THE Congress of SA Students intends to march to the High Court in

Johannesburg tomorrow to oppose bail being granted to two drag racers who

allegedly killed four pupils in Soweto.


“Tomorrow students from across the golden province will gather at

the Johannesburg High Court to oppose the bail application,” Cosas provincial

secretary Oagilwe Louw has told a press briefing in Johannesburg.


The students seemed to be unaware that the case was in fact

scheduled to be heard in the Protea Magistrate’s Court in Soweto.


The students would also call for the SABC to stop broadcasting

hip-hop artist Molemo Maarohanye, aka Jub Jub’s, songs, who is one of the

accused.


The students further voiced their support for ANC Youth League

president Julius Malema for singing a song that calls for the shooting of boers.

“We cannot be told which songs to sing and we shall continue to sing our

revolutionary songs without fear of any white racist.”


Louw further claimed students would be “mobilised” to disrupt the

2010 World Cup if they didn’t get free education.

 

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