YCLSA demands the release of arrested #FeesMustFall students

2016-10-23 22:13
Security clash with students at UFS (Jeanette Chabalala, News24)

Security clash with students at UFS (Jeanette Chabalala, News24)

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Johannesburg - The Young Communist League of South Africa Gauteng Province on Sunday demanded the release of all #FeesMustFall students with immediate effect.

This follows two consultative seminars hosted by Right to Learn held with all student leaders, SRC presidents and secretary generals from various campuses around Gauteng.

Mdakane said they wanted to save the academic year, and among other demands, will be to release all arrested students.

“All campuses have affirmed their commitment to going back to class without necessarily abandoning the struggle for free, compulsory and quality education in our lifetime,” Mdakane said.

About 567 people have been arrested during eight months of #FeesMustFall protests.

Read more on:    yclsa  |  education  |  university fees  |  university protests

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