'SA men don’t care': Stellenbosch University students feel unsafe after rape at residence

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Students march at Stellenbosch University.
Students march at Stellenbosch University.
Brenton Geach, Gallo Images

Female students at Stellenbosch University say they feel unsafe on campus, following a rape at a men’s residence earlier this week.

South African Students Congress (Sasco) chairperson Queen Majikijela said female students had been concerned about their safety on campus for some time.

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