Pretoria - Hundreds of Tshwane University of Technology students have shut down academic proceedings again at the institution's Soshanguve North and South campuses this morning.
The students carrying sticks left a burning tyre at the main gate of the north campus and marched to he south campus surrounded by numerous police vehicles deployed to maintain order.
The shutdown is a result of students' disapproval of TUT's new bus schedule and insufficient accommodation for students who needed places to live.
The march has brought traffic to a standstill on Aubrey Matlala Street. The street connects the two campuses and is now flooded with unhappy students.
The march is led by united student representative bodies such as the EFF Student Command, Sasco, DA Student Organisation and the Pan-African Student Movement.