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Students walk across a plaza in front of the University of Cape Town. Photo: Reuters
Students walk across a plaza in front of the University of Cape Town. Photo: Reuters

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This transpired after some members of the university senate flouted the university rules. One member read a letter from former deputy vice-chancellor for teaching and learning: Associate Professor Lis Lange which was discussed without following due process.

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