Pretoria - Students at the Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) Soshanguve South campus were on Sunday vacating their residences after the torching of the Gencor Hall - the main exam centre - on Saturday night.
The latest incident came after days of protests led by students demanding that all historical debt be written off.
By late Sunday, students received a text message saying all exams at the Soshanguve North and South campuses had been postponed indefinitely due to the volatility.
The message further read that “staff at these campuses should not report for duty. A further announcement will be made on Monday”.
TUT spokeswoman Willa de Ruyter was not available to comment on what the institution’s next step would be or confirm the authenticity of the text message. However, De Ruyter last week said exams would resume on Monday.