Durban - The South African Student Congress (Sasco) is holding a peace march on Thursday to highlight the spade of violence in education institutions.
The march will start from King Dinuzulu Park to the eThekwini City Hall.
Sasco Provincial Secretary, Sduduzo Malinga, said they aim to hand over a memorandum of demands to Minister of Higher Education, Naledi Pandor.
"We have seen students being killed by other students, we have also seen students being violent themselves and we think that's a societal problem that requires the extension of society," he said.
Among the many demands, Sasco is calling for random searches at schools where there is a high prevalence of reported violence.