Durban – A total of 12 students have been arrested following violent protests at the University of Fort Hare in the Eastern Cape.
According to police, the students were arrested and charged with malicious damage to property and theft.
Eastern Cape police spokesperson Warrant Officer Majola Nkohli said: “This comes after a group of students allegedly ran amok, and looted a cafeteria and also damaged several University of Fort Hare properties at the campus in Alice.”
Nkohli said police were summoned to the scene just after 8pm on Sunday night.
“The university examination hall was slightly…
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