Students union opposes varsities’ vaccine mandates

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The South African Union of Students has lashed out at universities that are planning to implement mandatory vaccination against Covid-19.

The union was formed in 2006 with the aim to consolidate and strengthen students’ view in all 26 universities around the country in the governance and enhancement of higher education and training in South Africa.

Its deputy secretary general, Siyabonga Nkambako, has threatened to fight at all costs, against “forced” vaccination.

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