South Africans are divided on whether to support the resurgence of the #FeesMustFall protests, which could possibly excluse matriculants from entering tertiary institutions.
702's Azania Mosaka gave listeners an opportunity to share their thoughts on their position on the matter.
Listen to the conversation below:
There are victims in any struggle, unfortunately in this case it will be the class of 2015. If our government is not listening then that's what we have to bear.— Khanyisa, caller
The fact that all these people are pointed to university every single year begs the question of why that is. The sad reality is that people who go to university don't always create employment.— Wayde, caller
I disagree because these protests don't close the poverty gap in any way.— Kabelo, caller
In South Africa, there is such an obsession with university education that the country is not getting the necessary technical skill.— Raymond, caller