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How do the stu­dents rec­on­cile their call for free, qual­ity ed­u­ca­tion – which most of us sup­port – with the wan­ton de­struc­tion of the very fa­cil­i­ties which can help pro­vide this, and which will cost bil­lions to re­place?

The CPUT de­struc­tion should be left to serve as a painful re­minder to the de­struc­tive hooli­gans of how their ac­tions have over­pow­ered their minds. What a dis­as­ter. – L van Wyk, Craw­ford

It sick­ens me that many stu­dents who my taxes have helped sub­sidise have learned noth­ing more than how to burn, de­stroy, van­dalise, in­tim­i­date and as­sault. If they want to march, let them go to the Union Build­ings, as gov­ern­ment cor­rup­tion and wastage are largely re­spon­si­ble for the bad space higher ed­u­ca­tion finds it­self in.

Hey stu­dents, don’t de­stroy the hen that is go­ing to lay the golden eggs for you, your schools of learn­ing. Why not get rid of the rot­ten eggs that are caus­ing the stink and the stench?

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