Durban – The expulsion of 24 students fingered for the recent torching of one of the buildings at the Mangosuthu University of Technology (MUT) should serve as a warning that the institution will not put up with any form of violence and destruction of property.
This was said by university Vice-Chancellor Professor Marcus Ramogale this week.
He said tertiary institutions needed to stand together to protect the education system from what he labelled as “welfare seekers”, students that enter the system in order to access the National Students Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) and other student packages without the intention of pursuing their studies.
He said the recent unrest had strengthened…
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