Pretoria - No further delays to the academic calendar will be allowed to “sprout” at the Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) campuses.
With the university on its second day of reopening its nine campuses across the city, fears of new protests on the horizon seem to be circulating around students.
Some of whom blame the university and stakeholders of not dealing with the issue of student allowances, especially off-campus students.
EFF Student Command Chairperson, Kingsley Baloyi, confirmed that certain groups of students felt as though they were not being attended to by the university.
Baloyi said although the university had resolved allowances to some extent they had not catered for all students.