Durban – The academic programme is set to resume at the Durban University of Technology (DUT) on Monday, vice chancellor Thandwa Mthembu has said on Friday.
“Management and the Student Representative Council (SRC) have agreed to resume all academic activities as of Monday 28,” said Mthembu.
He was speaking at a press briefing at the institution.
DUT has been plagued by a series of violent protests – one ending in the death of a student – and disruptions, mainly at its Steve Biko campus, since early February.
The registration process and lectures were subsequently delayed.