UCT students protest again

By Drum Digital
09 September 2016

Students at the University of Cape Town are protesting, however, university management is yet to determine what their grievances are.

This comes three days after another protest took place where students were demanding the return of students who were suspended for participating in the #FeesMustFAll protest.

UCT’s Vice Chancellor, Max Price, who attempted to address students on Tuesday was verbally attacked and called a “white settler”.

A movement called Black Solidarity Action took over proceedings to voice students' concerns.

The reasons behind Friday’s protest are yet to be determined. It is uncertain if this is another #FeesMustFall protest.

This comes a day after parliament debated the feasibility of free tertiary education.

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