As Higher Education Minister Blade Nzimande continues to try to find a solution to the demands raised by university students, the South African Union of Students (Saus) has vowed that it will continue with its national shutdown of universities until student demands are met.
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Despite agreement that it would be politically ‘unwise’ for the president to remove the health minister before the Special Tribunal makes its decision on the application by the Special Investigating Unit, he may have just done so