Sara Gon: What the #FeesMustFall protests were not. SAPS in crisis.

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The #FeesMustFall saga has dragged on for well over a year, with no real solution in sight.

President Jacob Zuma put together a commission on higher education and training, which in the most recent feedback, did not have much to add, with major concerns that a solution is nowhere near in sight, with 2017 around the corner.

The Institute or Race Relations’ Sara Gon critiques an op-ed by Jane Duncan ‘Keep the spies out of snooping on protests‘ looking at policing around the protests.

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