This was the view yesterday of Durban University of Technology (DUT) vice-chancellor Professor Thandwa Mthembu, saying that tertiary institutions needed help to deal with protests that had become an annual ritual.
Speaking in the wake of student Mlungisi Madonsela being shot by DUT security guards on Tuesday, Mthembu said: “I hope our government, and I hope those involved in the political environment, those in intelligence services, help us as the higher education sector, and understand what is happening under the glare of everybody else that makes institutions at this time of the year very unstable.”
Most tertiary institutions in the province have been rocked by protests which appear to have spread to Wits University, where the #FeesMustFall movement began....
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