The TshwaneUniversity of Technology (TUT) has closed all of its campuses following a spateof violent protests, which saw 18 cars being torched on Friday.
Speaking onthe John Robbie Show, Vice-Chancellor Professor Nthabiseng Ogude said:"NSFAS is a systemic problem, but we do have other problems that compoundthis matter at TUT, as the largest contact campus in the country. We serve thepoorest of the poor - more than 50% rely on NSFAS loans. It's very difficult tocontrol something like this when it happens at one campus and then to the otherand so on. The university - if the SRC commits to what they did initially tosay they will not use violence - will be open next week.
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Meanwhile, South African survivors ofthe gruesome Synagogue Church of All Nations in Lagos, Nigeria are arriving asof this morning at the Swartkop Air Force Base in Pretoria.
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