Barrack Street Home Affairs was chaotic on Friday as parents of matric learners are furious that they have been unable to get IDs for their children who are due to start exams.
Clarence Ford spoke to researcher at the Institute for Poverty, Land and Agrarian Studies at the University of the Western Cape, Ruth Hall, and reporter Marianne Merten about what transpired at Home Affairs.
Parents of matric students were trying to get IDs for their children so they can write their exams.
Home Affairs allegedly tried to close their doors 30 minutes early and told everyone in the queue they would have to come back on Monday.
FILE: Learners will not be allowed into the exam venue without their Identity…