The CEO of Universities South Africa Professor Ahmed Bawa says Zuma's announcement took the organisation by surprise.
The conference got off to a late start on Saturday after some delegates were unable to get their accreditation.
On Saturday, the President delivered his political report with a few scathing words directed at his detractors.
‘The thrust of this report back was a roasting; he didn’t spare anyone.' - Bongani Bingwa
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Baleka Mbete publicly endorsed Cyril Ramaphosa late on Saturday night on the sidelines of the conference, saying that he is the only candidate who can help the party win elections in 2019.
Economists say that President Zuma's decision is simply unaffordable and will inevitably take funding away from other policies.
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