University of Pretoria advisor, Rikus Delport, says the university will not accept students who refuse to take a firm stand and make a vow not to disrupt academic activities.
The university wants Fees Must Fall activists with pending criminal records to write letters and motivate why they should be accepted for the 2017 academic year.
The university's mission is to protect the academic programme,— Rikus Delport, University of Pretoria adviser
We are not preventing them to register. We are just asking them to give us a reason why we should view your application favorably.— Rikus Delport, University of Pretoria adviser
If you look at students contract, the university is under no obligation to re-register a student.— Rikus Delport, University of Pretoria adviser
Listen to the full interview below...
This article first appeared on 702 : Pretoria University under no obligation to re-register students - UP advisor