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TUT spokesperson Willa de Ruyter said the university was still engaging student leaders to address the issues raised in order to avert any shutdown.
The Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) has narrowly avoided a shutdown after a students’ union meeting to discuss challenges confronting students on Saturday, reports Pretoria East Rekord.
Shops owned by foreigners have been looted on at least three separate occasions in Newcastle.
According to JMPD chief of police, David Tembe, the R511 is currently closed, and access from William Nicol Drive and the N14 has been blocked.
Health services have almost collapsed in the area due to the water crisis protest, which entered its third day on Wednesday.
A small group gathered outside Parktown Boys High School on Tuesday morning, and vows to return until the truth is revealed.
A hospital employee called on the government to deploy military medical services to the hospital and clinics to prevent the situation from escalating further.
A toxic silence has surrounded Parktown Boys High School following the death of 13-year old Enoch Mpianzi, protesters said on Tuesday.
The situation remains tense in QwaQwa following violent protests over chronic water shortages.
Protestors took to the streets demanding an answer to the chronic water shortage in the town.
The road was closed for almost four hours after parents were angered by a decision by the Western Cape education department to cancel a school bus service for pupils.
Security guards sent officials packing and said they will not open the offices until they receive their salaries.
The passing of the Citizenship Amendment Act and the National Register of Citizens sparked a backlash from protesters including students.
‘We cannot stay silent or on the fringes anymore. We have to act now,’ says financial advisor Aman Verma.
The ban in some Muslim-dominated districts of New Delhi followed the arrests of hundreds of people elsewhere in India.