UKZN falling behind with education programmes

UKZN Executive Director of Corporate Relations, Lesiba Seshoka, says students are behind with their academic programmes due to Fees Must Fall protests.

Seshoka says there have been disruptions in the university for the past three weeks.

If students at all the campuses were to say they no longer want to go to class for a week, then we will have to extend that academic programme to next year.

Lesiba Seshoka, UKZN Executive Director of Corporate Relations

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Students are protesting for free decolonised education, and against Minister of Higher Education Mblade Nzimande's announcement that universities may increase universities up to 8%.

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