UKZN students protest over Wi-Fi and hot water

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The streets outside Bedford Hall residence on Hospital Road, Durban South Beach, was covered in broken glass and burnt tyres.
The streets outside Bedford Hall residence on Hospital Road, Durban South Beach, was covered in broken glass and burnt tyres.
PHOTO: Thabiso Goba

University of KwaZulu-Natal students on Thursday threw tyres, bottles and chairs onto the streets during a protest over Wi-Fi and hot water.

The students stay in Bedford Hall residence on Durban’s South Beach.

According to a store clerk near the residence, the students started protesting around 6am in the morning on Thursday.

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