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Cape Town – The University of Cape Town needs to save R120m by 2018 - and will be taking strict budgetary measures to do so immediately.

Vice Chancellor Max Price made the announcement in a statement on Monday, saying "austerity measures will be implemented between now and 2018".

He said that the funding of higher education nationally had become a challenge.

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