Durban - Classes are set to resume at the University of KwaZulu-Natal following successful talks between the Student Representative Council and university management.
The university was rocked by student protests last week for three days straight, leading to the university having to suspend the academic programme on all its five campuses from Thursday till Monday.
A lecture hall was burned at the Westville campus along with other infrastructure damages.
The issues the students were protesting for had to do with academic exclusion, the lack of National Student Financial Aid Scheme disbursement allowances and unsanitary and unsafe student residences among others.
The university said they would meet with student leaders during the hiatus to attend to the issues.