Stellenbosch University turmoil: Inquiry into racism on the cards as Theuns du Toit's hearing kicks off

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Students march against racism at Stellenbosch University on Thursday.
Students march against racism at Stellenbosch University on Thursday.
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The disciplinary hearing of Stellenbosch University student Theuns du Toit for urinating on fellow student Babalo Ndwayana's belongings is expected to begin on Friday.

Earlier this week, a video captured by Ndwayana which appears to show du Toit urinating on his belongings, circulated widely.

Students on Thursday were protesting at the university after growing frustrated over the incident.  

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