Classes to resumes tomorrow at TUT Soshanguve campus
Classes have resumed at the Tshwane University of Technology campuses except for Soshanguve campus.
Academic activities were suspended at the University after a student was allegedly shot dead by a police officer during SRC elections protest.
Speaking to Ray White on The Midday Report, Deputy Vice-Chancellor For Teaching, Learning And Technology TUT, Prof. Stanley Mukhola says they received three memorandums from the students on Tuesday.
Everything is normal now in Soshanguve. Classes will start tomorrow.Prof. Stanley Mukhola, Deputy Vice Chancellor For Teaching, Learning And Technology TUT
They are complaining about the student who was shot dead during the protest of the 23rd of August.Prof. Stanley Mukhola, Deputy Vice Chancellor For Teaching, Learning And Technology TUT
We don't know what is going to happen because Ipid is busy with that issue.Prof. Stanley Mukhola, Deputy Vice Chancellor For Teaching, Learning And Technology TUT
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