Dali Mpofu pledges his support in the midst of violent protests in Tuesday’s top stories

2016-10-04 21:05

Cape Town - Protesters, police and a journalist were injured at Wits when a protest turned violent.

Chaos ensued at Wits University when students and police clashed, with News24 journalist Lizeka Tandwa among those injured.

READ: More than 10 injured in 'tense' clash between students, cops at Wits

Students marching to each faculty mobilising students to join the protest (Lizeka Tandwa, News24).

Those claiming to support the call for free education must stop lecturing students, EFF national chairperson Dali Mpofu has said.

READ: Stop lecturing protesting students on their struggle – Mpofu

Dali Mpofu arriving at Wits (Matshidiso Madia,Twitter)

Former SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng has been thrown into the spotlight amid a series of controversial comments around his role at the company.

SEE: WATCH: 'I'll get my COO mojo back' - the Hlaudi rap remix

Hlaudi Motsoeneng (Gallo Images).

A European-based rugby writer claims Jake White’s departure from Montpellier will be welcomed at the French club.

READ: Jake White won't be missed at Montpellier

Jake White

Two men forced their way into Kim Kardashian's private apartment, held her at gunpoint, gagged her, bound her by her hands and feet and locked her in the bathroom.

READ: This is how Kim Kardashian West escaped after being robbed.

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West arrive back in NYC. (Greatstock/Splash)

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