FeesMustFall

 
​Appeal court ruling sets parameters for protest at universities
​Appeal court ruling sets parameters for protest at universities
Last week, the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) handed down a judgment dealing with students at the University of Cape Town (UCT) who been interdicted...
Letters to the editor: October 14 to 20 2016
Letters to the editor: October 14 to 20 2016
It is sad to read that an emeritus professor of religion (
Students demand Jacob Zuma's commitment
Students demand Jacob Zuma's commitment
The South African Students’ Congress (Sasco) has threatened to prevent members of the newly-formed ministerial task team from entering any of the...
#FeesMustFall leader Mcebo Dlamini vows that Wits will remain closed
#FeesMustFall leader Mcebo Dlamini vows that Wits will remain closed
Mcebo Dlamini – leading the vanguard of the #FeesMustFall movement at the University of the Witwatersrand – has vowed to ensure that the...
Wits general assembly postponed as negotiations break down
Wits general assembly postponed as negotiations break down
Mediators and students met until the early hours of this morning, but the University Of Witwatersrand released a statement saying the much...
Free university for all is unrealistic
Free university for all is unrealistic
The idea of free education in South Africa is unviable in the short and longer term. Here are some facts about our economy gleaned from the budget...
Decolonising our spaces as a matter of urgency
Decolonising our spaces as a matter of urgency
I’m a strong believer in constructing the kind of world we want while deconstructing elements of the world that we no longer want and need. As...
#WitsFeesMustFall vs #TakeWitsBack: Whose right is it to protest?
#WitsFeesMustFall vs #TakeWitsBack: Whose right is it to protest?
With the absence of police on campus, the University of the Witwatersrand is in a state of relief. But tensions and pressure still exist. A...
Phahlane: Throwing stones and firing rubber bullets is not the solution
Phahlane: Throwing stones and firing rubber bullets is not the solution
Gauteng police were not bloodthirsty when they clashed with students during the #FeesMustFall protest at Wits University, acting National...
WATCH: Mayhem at Wits after police release rubber bullets and stun grenades on students
WATCH: Mayhem at Wits after police release rubber bullets and stun grenades on students
Violence has erupted at Wits University once more after police reportedly opened fire on protesting students earlier this morning. 
Stun grenades fired at protesting Wits students, #FeesMustFall leader arrested
Stun grenades fired at protesting Wits students, #FeesMustFall leader arrested
Police fired stun grenades to disperse protesting Wits University students near the institution's Solomon Mahlangu House on Tuesday morning.

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