Interdict confirmed

2013-08-28 00:00

THE Pietermaritzburg high court has confirmed an interdict stopping alleged ringleaders of violent protests at FET colleges in Pietermaritzburg from continuing their disruptive activities.

Judge Yvonne Mbatha yesterday confirmed an earlier interdict granted in respect of Prince Nkomo, Lungisani Ngcobo, Lungelo Ndluli, Nompile Njile, Wonder Makhaye, Bongani Jili, Gcina Mbesa and Gift Zungu, who were cited in court papers as ringleaders of unrest and intimidation that led to the closure of the Plessislaer and Msunduzi campuses.

In terms of the court order, they may not intimidate, threaten or harass any employees or staff of FET colleges in the city, blockade entrances to, or disrupt any campus activities.

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