Pretoria - Aggreived Unisa students protested at the main campus demanding the university to address their complaints regarding NSFAS re-application and to fix "bogus" exam results.
The group of students marched from the nearby Sunnyside campus to demonstrate at the Muckleneuk main campus.
They shutdown proceedings at the Sunnyside campus last week to convince the university to take their plight seriously and take practical measures of intervention before classes could commence again.
These students said some of the results students received from June exams did not make sense and that showed signs of incompetence from the side of markers or the administration that might have taken place.
They want the institution to remedy the situation because "hard working" students spent sleepless nights studying but their results do not make sense at all.
Student leaders from the EFF student command and Sasco sought to convince management to attend to students who re-applied for NSFAS funding within the allocated time frame but have not yet been responded to.