#FeesHaveFallen: A victory for class of 2015 - as it happened

2015-10-23 16:00

Things have wound down as students across the country are receiving food, water and medical assistance.

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23 Oct 18:56
Things have quieted down in most of the country it seems.

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Protesters almost hit by nyala in streets

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Seems like only a handful of people still giving police trouble in Pretoria.

23 Oct 18:28
Medical supplies have reached UWC students.

23 Oct 18:27
Police car on fire.

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Three POP vans parked near Louis Botha statue at Parliament. And police tape circled around area at gate behind statue.

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News24 reporter Karabo Ngoepe says that the streets around the Union Building are on lockdown.

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Another police car set alight.

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WATCH: These UWC students say they won't stop until tertiary education is free

23 Oct 17:36
WATCH: Clashes between police, protesters spill into Pretoria streets

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A burning police car.

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Situation still seems very volatile at the Union Buildings.

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TheJuiceSA reporting that students broke into a liquor store. Here is video footage.

23 Oct 17:20
Looks like a police car has been set alight.

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Most students left though walking back in direction of UWC campus in one massive group. Traffic northbound on robert sobukwe completely stopped. Students still singing and chanting on their way back

23 Oct 17:18
There are still a few UWC and CPUT students staring down police vans at the intersection of Robert Sobukwe and the M22 (towards airport). Three paramedics on standby. 4 police vans and a water tank on the scene.

23 Oct 17:16
Police are working hard to keep CPUT and UWC students away from the airport.

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TO ALL #UWC STUDENTS MARCHING STILL: PLEASE COME BACK HOME!!! CIVIL AVIATION ACT ALLOWS FOR YOU TO BE JAILED AND SHOT AT! COME HOMESpread the Word NOW!

Posted by UWC Online - University of the Western Cape on Friday, 23 October 2015

23 Oct 16:58
From one of our reporters in Cape Town: Stun grenades have seemed to end all protest. Remaining students are leaving.

23 Oct 16:57
Tensions still running high

23 Oct 16:56
Massive traffic delays on Robert Sobukwe road. Stun grenades going off in the distance.

23 Oct 16:53
Cops used stun grenades and rubber bullets, according to UWC student eyewitnesses. They are all going back to campus in their droves because it's 'unsafe'.

23 Oct 16:51

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Cops have apparently stopped UWC students en route to the airport to protest.

23 Oct 16:47

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