Cape Town – Three University of Cape Town (UCT) students tried to shut down the library and some faculty buildings on Tuesday.University spokesperson Elijah Moholola confirmed that the library was evacuated during a short-lived attempted shutdown, but it was soon reopened."Members of the UCT executive, as well as Students Representative Council members, engaged the disrupters. They have now left the library area. Academic and administrative activities are continuing," he said.UCT students told to leave the library by 3 students in a campus 'Shutdown' currently underway. Lectures disrupted pic.twitter.com/1hvF0tpQif— VERNAC NEWS (@VernacNews) September 19, 2017 It was not immediately clear what the issue was, but a strike over the university's insourcing process was averted last week.@varsitynews we've just been chased out the library... ?? pic.twitter.com/hasCGWFpG7— Sashin Gonzalez (@SashGonzalez) September 19, 2017UCT library has been shutdown. #FMF season 3, is that you??— SouthAfricanAH ???? (@ItsJubi_98) September 19, 2017In 2015, students from around South Africa rallied for university fees to be scrapped under the banner #FeesMustFall. They secured a fee freeze for 2016, after action which included storming the precinct of Parliament.Towards the end of 2016, protests flared again, over fees for 2017. Higher Education Minister Blade Nzimande then announced that the pool for students who qualified for loans had widened to include more poor students.It is currently the season for the election of representatives to the Student Representative Council on the campus.