Cape Town - Students are protesting againt fee hikes at universities across the country, following last week’s #Witsfeesmustfall campaign.
According to reports, classes have been suspended at Rhodes University in Grahamstown after students blocked access roads to the university.
University of Cape Town students are also set to protest for an end to “exclusionary” fee increases at the university. Roads around the campus have also been blocked.
Rhodes Must Fall (RMF) – the movement which effectively sparked the removal of Cecil John Rhodes’s statue from UCT – said it would lead Monday’s protest at the campus.
According to unconfirmed reports, protests are also set to take place at Fort Hare University in the Eastern Cape, Stellenbosch University and the University of Pretoria.