Durban - About 100 unemployed graduates - some dressed in their robes - took to the streets of Durban in a protest march to raise awareness about their lack of employment.
The graduates came from various universities in Durban. As they marched down Dr Pixley ka Seme (West) Street towards the City Hall, they carried placards with words such as "internship then what" and "we are not lazy, we are unemployed".
At City Hall, the unemployed graduates were to deliver a memorandum to Mayor Zandile Gumede.
Issues outlined in the memorandum include the issue with internships.
One of the leaders of the march, Nkululeko Ndlovu, a MUT graduate, said the internships offered to graduates were only for a year but permanent job positions required three years experience.