Student protests at UCT have sparked national debate about undoing historical injustices and solutions to move the country forward.
702/Cape Talk's Redi Tlhabi on Wednesday gave listeners an opportunity to share their thoughts on the issue.
Universities dont and can't accommodate all. Its not boarding school. Perhaps some rent controlled arrangements would assist— Nomalanga Mkhize (@NomalangaSA) February 17, 2016
Listen to the coversation below:
There's far more important issues at hand. If these peole could take this energy and focus it in the right areas, I think they could do a far better job.— Sean, caller in Greenston
I was chucked out of Disctrict 6. I came home one day from work and I had a bulldozer in front of my house,.. All I have is a number to what was my house. That's my history.— Amian, caller in Grassy Park
Your privilege has blinded u to the plight of the student and your focus is on their reaction. That's my issue. https://t.co/dKmVJQU9uj— Xolani Mvulana (@XolaniMvulana) February 17, 2016
Now we are creating a world that will be better for the children that will come into it because this was going to happen anyway.— Karabo, caller in Pretoria
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