Academics 'hacked, stabbed' in bloody clash with union leaders

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Bernard Morwanthakgo Matsekuleng who works in protection services at Unisa was badly injured. Picture: supplied
Bernard Morwanthakgo Matsekuleng who works in protection services at Unisa was badly injured. Picture: supplied

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Pictures showing one man with a serious wound on his head which looked as if it had been hacked and another with torn denim jeans and blood trickling from his back were shared with City Press.

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