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What was it like to be on the ground during the recent student protests in Braamfontein, Johannesburg, where an innocent bystander was shot and killed, allegedly by police? Can the students' demands be met, or are we looking at another deadlock between government and student bodies regarding fees and historical debt?

These were some of the topics discussed during the first installment of the Editors' Table, where News24 subscribers got exclusive insights on what exactly happened on the day Mthokozisi Ntumba was killed and the political machinations behind the current student funding crisis.  

Political editor Qaanitah Hunter joined editor-in-chief Adriaan Basson, along with reporters Canny Maphanga and Kayleen Morgan to discuss some of the burning questions around the recent student protests. 

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