Deal with EFF will en­sure cam­pus calm

Pretoria News Weekend - - NEWS -

THE dis­pute be­tween 12 EFF stu­dent lead­ers and the Tsh­wane South Col­lege has been re­solved am­i­ca­bly – and no fur­ther un­law­ful protests will be al­lowed.

The mat­ter ap­peared briefly at the North Gaut­eng High Court yes­ter­day with stu­dent com­mand lead­ers from At­teridgeville hud­dled out­side the court­room in their red EFF T-shirts.

It is un­der­stood that, as part of the agree­ment, the stu­dents would per­mit the re­sump­tion of lec­tures.

Tsh­wane South Col­lege ac­quired an in­terim in­ter­dict on Septem­ber 1, bar­ring stu­dents from tak­ing part in vi­o­lent protests. Protests erupted at cer­tain cam­puses af­ter no ac­tion was taken on the pub­lic pro­tec­tor’s report on mal­ad­min­is­tra­tion, nepo­tism, vic­tim­i­sa­tion of whistle­blow­ers and cor­rup­tion at Tsh­wane South Col­lege. – Staff Re­porter

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